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White Tor, Derwent Edge (unframed ORIGINAL)
Conte crayon drawing inspired by White Tor and the Coach and Horses (aka Wheelstones) rock formation on Derwent Edge above Ladybower and the sunken villages of Ashopton and Derwent, near to Bamford in the Hope Valley. I took a long walk up there recently and was figuratively blown away by it's bleak beauty, and almost literally by the wind!
This original art would make the perfect gift for someone who appreciates the beauty of the Peak District, or moody mountain and moorland landscapes. The rugged, windswept landscapes of the Dark Peak are very popular area with dog walkers, mountain bikers and ramblers from the surrounding areas of the Hope Valley and Sheffield as well as climbers drawn to the Peak District's famous gritstone crags from much further afield!
This is an original using conte crayon on 300gsm smooth watercolour paper.
Paper Size: A4 (210 x 210mm)
UNFRAMED AND UNMOUNTED - shown mounted for illustrative purposes only
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This item will be posted to you by Sian Vernon Art within 14 days of receiving payment.
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