"The projecting knoll from which there is such a fine prospect of water, wooded islands, and rocky walls half-veiled by foliage"
[Black's Guide to the English Lakes - ed. Gordon-Home, p130]
This is one of the most famous views in all of the Lake District, which has inspired countless paintings since the early 18th century, and here William acknowledges the influence of earlier watercolour specialists like Francis Towne, whom he greatly admired.
Available in three sizes
1. Frame size approx 610x508mm 24x20"(TTH)
Image size approx 437x312mm
2. Frame size approx 406x330mm 16x13" (LAK)
Image size approx 258x175mm
3. Frame size approx 330x279mm 13x11" (NTA)
Image sizes approx 182mmx124mm