Pike O'Blisco from Stickle Tarn - Original Painting by William Heaton Cooper R.I. (1903 - 1995)

Sale price£4,300.00


Turned into a reservoir in 1838 for gunpowder works at Elterwater (now the Langdale Estate), Stickle Tarn’s south-eastern shore is depicted here reflecting a calm blue afternoon sky, with the rocky summit of Pike o’Blisco cloud-shadowed in the distance.The mountain pool beneath the peakgets its name from the Old English sticel (steep place) and the Old Norse tjǫrn (tarn). Many fellwalkers know it as a spot to rest en route to Pavey Ark, Harrison Stickle and Pike o’Stickle – The Langdale Pikes. 


Set within a blue frame

Framed Size – 31 x 24 ins

Image Size – 21.5 x 15 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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