This standing stone dolmen or megalith, called "Lanyon Quoit", is located in West Cornwall. Probably dating back to the Neolithic period, the structure is 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 the grittier and harsher existence of the period of our ancient ancestors with the muted colours and gritty 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! Intuition again!
Open edition fine art Giclee print from the original digital file. Printed with lightfast pigment inks on best quality lustre archival photo paper. Print will be titled and signed. Printed with a white border ready to mount and frame.
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