Ruins of Red Bay Castle, Waterfoot (Antrim)
Acrylic on linen canvas, 40 x 50 cm, unframed
The ruin of Red Bay Castle stands look out from the headland between Cushendall and Waterfoot, in county Antrim. Many castles have been built and destroyed on this site, including one by the Bissett family in the 13th century. The remains of the one extant today was destroyed by Oliver Cromwell in 1652 during the Cromwellian conquest of Ireland. Read more about the castle here.
ORIGINAL ART BY Emma Cownie – Finest quality acrylic painting on linen canvas, varnished – Only the highest quality archival fine art acrylic paints are used on the surface. The surface has been with an isolation coat and a statin varnish, to protect the painting.
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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