What's the Story? - The rather unusual square stone St Aldhelm’s Chapel, believed to have been built in the late 12th century, stands 354 feet above sea level on the wonderful exposed and wild headland, which gives it its name. The surrounding grassland is filled with wild flowers including the early Spider Orchid, the first Orchid to flower in the UK. The simplicity of the chapel appealed to Richard along with its wild and isolated location when it was suggested he should paint it by a volunteer coastguard at the local station.
Original - Original painting 50cm x 70cm. Acrylic on canvas. Varnished and ready to hang, painting wraps around the side/edge of the canvas therefore framing is optional.
Postage: Please contact us re payment if you would like to view and collect the painting in person. If posted you will be charged £20 delivery.
We have taken into consideration that you may not want to go to the expense of having your prints professionally framed (although they do look great when they are!) so have kept to standard sizes, these all include an approximate 5mm white border -
A4 Prints - (paper size) 21cm x 29.7cm will fit 'off the shelf' A4 frames
A3 Prints - (paper size) 29.7cm x 42cm will fit 'off the shelf' A3 frames, but check frame measurement first
A2 Prints - (paper size) 42cm x 59.4cm will fit 'off the shelf' A2 frames
A6 Postcards - (card size) 148mm x 105mm will fit off the shelf frames if required
Notelets - (card size) 5" x 7" (127mm x 177mm) will fit off the shelf frames if required