Passing Clouds on Errigal, Ireland
oil on linen canvas, 100 x 80 cm, unframed
A fleeting shadow on Errigal caused by the passing clouds.
It is the tallest peak of the Derryveagh Mountains and the tallest peak in County Donegal. Errigal is also the most southern, steepest and highest of the mountain chain, called the “Seven Sisters” by locals. The nearest peak is Mackoght, which is also known as Little Errigal or Wee Errigal (Irish: an Earagail Bheag). Errigal is well known for the pinkish glow of its quartzite in the setting sun. Another noted quality is the ever-changing shape of the mountain depending on what direction you view it from.
Read more about Errigal and my paintings here https://emmafcownie.com/2019/05/those-uncertain-roots-retracing-the-past-in-gweedore/
ORIGINAL ART BY Emma Cownie – Finest quality oil paintings on linen canvas –Only the highest quality archival fine art grade oil paints are used on the surface.
READY TO HANG – Edges of the canvas are painted so the Art is ready to hang without a frame if required.
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