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Inverary Castle

Inverary Castle

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An original painting based on a photograph, in acrylic on stretched canvas, unframed. The painting is of Inverary castle, a country house in Argyll, Scotland, built in the 18th Century on the shore of Loch Fyne in a style of architecture referred to as Gothic Revival, including baroque and palladian architecture. The castle is the ancestral home of the Duke of Argyll and of the clan Campbell. The painting shows one of the corner towers with turret atop on a somewhat overcast day, and the artist has endeavoured to capture the atmosphere of the place in this painting, beautiful and forboding at the same time.

W 19.69" x H 15.75"
W 50.00 cm x H 40.00 cm
Acrylic
Stretched Canvas
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About the Artist

I have no formal artistic education and am a nursing sister by profession. I am a very keen amateur artist and have experimented with various mediums and styles including decoupage, oil/canvas, acrylic/canvas, etc. I love nature and paint classic pictures as well as some abstracts, in the main f...

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