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St Mawes Castle, CornwallSt Mawes Castle, Cornwall
St Mawes Castle, Cornwall

Artist's Catalogue No: 1068

Oil on panel

Image size 11.3 x 16.5 cms

£1,950

  Note from the Artist: St. Mawes Castle is one of the chain of fortifications constructed on the order of Henry VIII (see Hurst Castle No. 1046).
It is one of two castles built to defend Carrick Roads, an important anchorage in the estuary of the River Fal.

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Dolbadarn Castle, North WalesDolbadarn Castle, North WalesDolbadarn Castle, North WalesDolbadarn Castle, North WalesDolbadarn Castle, North Wales
Dolbadarn Castle,
North Wales

Artist's Catalogue No: 1064

Watercolour & gouache
on paper

Image size 51.2 x 72.1 cms

£11,500

  Note from the Artist: This is a Welsh castle, that is one that was constructed on the orders of a Welsh prince
rather than an English invader. It stands on the edge of the Snowdonia mountains, just outside Llanberis.

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Corfe Castle, DorsetCorfe Castle, DorsetCorfe Castle, Dorset
Corfe Castle, Dorset

Artist's Catalogue No: 1063

Watercolour & gouache
on paper

Image size 50.6 x 72.7 cms

£11,500

  Note from the Artist: Corfe Castle was built on an isolated steep sided hill that lies in the middle of a gap through the
line of hills that runs across the Isle of Purbeck (so called although it is actually part of the mainland). The castle was
located to guard the gap, through which the road passes. It remained intact until the Civil War, when it was held for
the Royalist cause, withstanding one siege and only falling as a result of treachery during a second. In 1646 parliament
ordered the destruction of the castle, a procedure known as slighting, and shortly afterwards the buildings, including
the outer defences, were comprehensively destroyed by use of gunpowder. Very large chunks of masonry
tumbled down the sides of the hill and still lie at the bottom.

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Weobley Castle, Gower, South WalesWeobley Castle, Gower, South WalesWeobley Castle, Gower, South WalesWeobley Castle, Gower, South Wales
Weobley Castle, Gower,
South Wales

Artist's Catalogue No: 1062

Watercolour & gouache
on paper

Image size 49.2 x 72.1 cms

£11,500

  Note from the Artist: Weobley Castle stands on the north side of the Gower peninsula in south Wales.
Although I like to paint castles I sometimes do so from some distance away, because the siting of the
castle in the landscape is often as interesting as the building itself.

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