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The King’s Wark Print

£30.00

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The building that now houses the wonderful pub that is called the King’s Wark (fortification) dates from around 1432 when it was built as a royal residency and armoury for King James I. It was first associated as a licensed premises when in 1613 it was given to a Bernard Lindsay, a member of James VI’s household. And of course, being so old, it has a ghostly presence in the basement!

This print by Ross Mcintyre is A4 sized within a larger mount. The original of this artwork was made using on watercolour paper with watercolour paints.

Ross is an established artist living in Edinburgh. He has been painting since he moved here from Dumfries in 1984, and exhibits regularly in joint exhibitions, often in aid of charities. He is primarily a watercolourist, though likes to introduce other water-based media into his work.

Size: 40cm tall x 30cm wide.

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The building that now houses the wonderful pub that is called the King’s Wark (fortification) dates from around 1432 when it was built as a royal residency and armoury for King James I. It was first associated as a licensed premises when in 1613 it was given to a Bernard Lindsay, a member of James VI’s household. And of course, being so old, it has a ghostly presence in the basement!

This print by Ross Mcintyre is A4 sized within a larger mount. The original of this artwork was made using on watercolour paper with watercolour paints.

Ross is an established artist living in Edinburgh. He has been painting since he moved here from Dumfries in 1984, and exhibits regularly in joint exhibitions, often in aid of charities. He is primarily a watercolourist, though likes to introduce other water-based media into his work.

Size: 40cm tall x 30cm wide.