Oil painting 30 x 20cm of Girthon Kirk House, former home of the artist. The house was once the Manse to the adjoining Girthon Kirk. The Kirk itself is now a romantic ruin set atop a grassy knoll overlooking a pastoral scene of fields and woods near Gatehouse of Fleet. Girthon Kirk closed as a place of worship around 1820 , although a traditional open air Easter Service is held there bi-annually. The Kirk yard now offers a quiet sanctuary to the many birds , wildflowers and other creatures who live there. It is a place for quiet contemplation.
Girthon Kirk House
Original paintings will be supplied unframed .
All limited edition giclee prints are supplied with a high quality 8cm wide off-white mount-card and are backed with hardboard.
Sizes given are approximate, according to the dimensions of the original. Therefore if you have particular size requirements, please indicate these when placing your order and we will endeavour to match them.
The sizes quoted are for the print area only, the mount will therefore increase the overall size of the piece by 16cm each way.