Wales has some of the most beautiful Mountains in the world, ranging from the majestic Snowdon to the craggy Tryfan.
In this collection I have decided to mix some of the famous mountains with some local favourites, this one being the most well known.
Cadair Idris is a popular mountain in Wales and is said to have been used by a giant as a chair to gaze up at the stars. However, should any man decide to sleep on the mountain, it is said that they would awaken either a mad man or a poet.
A big thank you to everyone who requested this as the third on in the set, a fourth one will follow soon.
It was carefully hand drawn with pen and ink with attention given to as much accurate detail as possible and is printed on beautiful soft textured heavy weight paper.
A border has been left around the sides to assist with framing
Why not collect the set (coming soon) of all the beautiful mountains
The print measures 8” x 10” (20.3cm x 25.5cm)
Archival matte heavyweight paper
Signed and dated by me (on the front - excluded in this image) and shipped in a protective cello sleeve and hard backed sturdy packing. Frame not included.
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Please note that the artist retains copyright. Image not to be reproduced without permission.
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The response I got from my first mountain (Tryfan) was wonderful so it spurred me on to do a collection. This is the 3rd with one more left the choose.
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