The Tower of Durham

£75.00 - £190.00

Durham was founded in AD 995 by Anglo-Saxon monks who sought a safe place to house the relics of St Cuthbert. With the help of a milkmaid and her lost cow, the monks found their way to Dun Holm, and the settlement of Durham was established. Nestled in the protective loop of the River Wear, Durham Cathedral was built, a strong defensive position against Viking raids and a place in which St Cuthbert could finally rest.

This is my third painting of Durham and it has been an absolute delight to revisit a city so steeped in culture and history. You only have to walk along Dun Cow Lane to get a sense of those who have trod the cobbles before you.

Prints are available in small (A3) medium (A2) and large (A1) sizes. All prints are numbered and signed by the artist.

Prints are presented on archival paper and produced in top quality printers' ink, lasting up to 200 years if kept in the correct conditions.

A key is included to identify the content.

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