A darker, grittier piece than some of my other artworks. This standing stone dolmen or megalith is a real place - not far from the Men-An-Tol stones as shown elsewhere in my gallery. Probably dating back to the Neolithic period, "Lanyon Quoit" is a structure believed to have been a burial chamber or mausoleum. It collapsed in 1815 after a storm but was re-erected in 1824 minus one support stone that was smashed after the collapse of the structure. My interpretation creates a grittier and harsher existence of the period with the muted colours and detail adding to the drama. The moon was inserted into the piece to add a cosmic vibe...just because I though it was a great idea when intuition told me.....!
Top quality fine art Giclee reproduction from an original digital file. Printed with lightfast pigment inks on best quality semi-gloss archival photo paper. Print will be titled and signed. Printed with a white border ready to mount and frame.
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