Known as the ‘Castle Rock of Triermain’ to the Scottish novelist, poet and playwright Sir Walter Scott, this prominent crag-girt promontory at the southern end of St Johns in the Vale is well-known to climbers due to the quality of the routes on it. William has painted it as the shadows lengthen on a quiet autumn evening, with the Rock appearing ghost-like above woods and russet bracken. Stybarrow Dodd and Watson’s Dodd loom spectrally in the background.
Set within a grey wash frame.
Framed Size – 31 x 24.5 ins
Image Size – 21.5 x 14.5 ins
Original Painting by William Heaton Cooper
Please note the colours of the image on the website may vary from the painting in person.
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