This an imagined group of standing stones with a moorland background. A man-made water channel, known on Dartmoor as a leat, crosses the hills behind the stones.
Printed in black ink (Caligo) on high quality heavy-weight textured paper (Somerset, 250g). It has an off-white window mount and is backed with quality backing board and ready to frame.
The print is from a small numbered edition (50) and is signed and dated.
Approximate dimensions (WxH) in mm.:
Mount external : 380x250
Mount window: 270x135
I can supply framed or un-mounted too - please contact me directly.
I have greetings cards with the same image available too.
I've walked hundreds of miles over Dartmoor to view the many tors and archaeological sites. This image is not a specific place but was inspired by the many rows and others features found on the moor. The stones and rows are frequently associated with burial cairns and may be ceremonial - though there are many theories as to their original purpose. The leats carry water across many miles of the moor; in the past to power the wheels of tin-mines or for use in extracting the tin ore and also to provide a water supply to farms and towns.
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