Artist's description:

During my February 2012 trip to the Isle of Lewis, Scotland, I decided to visit the Clach an Trushal, the tallest standing stone in Scotland. As I watched my travelling companion walk down to the shore, I noticed this wonderful ruined croft house close by and took a series of photo's as I explored around it, through the sodden heather and gusting winds. The inside was full with rubble and rusting farm machinary, but the sun was shining through the windows and creating a wonderful contrast between the warm light and the cold, damp stones.

On a carefully finished, deep box frame canvas, with the painting continued onto all sides. Signed and ready to hang. Dispatched with certificate of authenticity.

Materials used:

Mixed media (acrylic and varnished charcoal) on a box frame canvas.

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This artwork is sold by Nicki MacRae from United Kingdom

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