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This is an unframed original ink painting of an upland moorland landscape near Sheffield. Inspired by an autumn walk on Hathersage and Burbage Moor in the Derbyshire Peak District National Park, this piece features a stunning rocky gritstone outcrop called Higger Tor and the Iron Age fort, Carl Wark in the background. Carl Wark was used as a location for the 1987 film The Princess Bride, one of my favourites!
This area is very popular for walking, climbing and bouldering. This sketch would make a great gift for someone who loves the Peak Park, climbing, hiking, countryside and the outdoors.
Paper size: A6 (10.5 x 14.8 cm) (4 1/8 x 5 3/4 inches)
Painted in black ink on 180gsm acid-free cartridge paper
This painting is UNFRAMED
Shown framed in a frame and mount for illustrative purposes only.
FRAME AND MOUNT ARE NOT INCLUDED but will fit most widely available standard frames (with an aperture to fit A6 or 5x7").
Though I've tried to accurately represent the colours in my work in these images, please note that actual colours may vary from the colours you see on your screen.
Original painting for sale and ready to ship from the UK.
COPYRIGHT REMAINS WITH THE ARTIST
You are buying the original painting but I reserve the exclusive right to reproduce this image as cards, prints and other products, and for use on promotional materials.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Sian Hughes Art within 3 days of receiving payment.
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