Helvellyn (named from the Cumbric - ‘pale yellow upland’) is, at 950m, the third highest mountain in England after Scafell Pike and Scafell. Thousands are familiar with the airy approach to the mountain via Striding Edge, the final tower of which is seen in this scene on the left.
As the mountain drowses in summer heat, Red Tarn appears green, cool and inviting under its beetling crags in this painting by William.
Set within a subtle charcoal frame.
Framed Size – 23 x 20 ins
Image Size – 14 x 11 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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