Ullswater and Grisedale, 1972

Ullswater and Grisedale, 1972


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"The steep hill beyond Grisedale is St, Sunday Crag, a splendid view-point over the lake in itself, but usually taken in connection with heights in the course of a day's ramble over the mountains"
[Black's Guide to the English Lakes - ed. Gordon-Home, p56]
 
The view across the lake is composite, and eloquent, full of deep and splendid reflected tones, as painted here on a fine winter's morning from the eastern shore of  Ullswater. Looking past an isolated tree carcass beside a big slab of rock across the lake towards Grisedale valley, which leads up to the snow-capped heights of Dollywagon Pike and Helvellyn on the distant skyline.

 The giclee is a very clear and crisp digital image shot onto polymer canvas, which is stretched over a wooden frame. There is no frame visible, so a bold image is presented, which is particularly suited to contemporary interiors. 

We now have a slate grey shadow box frame available, which gracefully picks up the colours of the rocks.

Approximate dimensions 50cm by 75cm.

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