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Bow Fiddle Rock is a natural sea arch near Portknockie on the north-eastern coast of Scotland. It is so called because it resembles the tip of a fiddle bow.


Wiki Trivia - These rocks were folded when the ancient continents of Laurentia and Avalonia collided during the Caledonian Orogeny.

As with most of the destinations I have painted in this collection they are places of outstanding natural beauty, ethereal and other worldly. Even the geological stories behind them would give this impression, as if they were formed on another planet. It is a very special planet, mind blowingly improbable, and the only one we know of like it.

This is the centre panel of a triptych covering #keisscastle, #bowfiddlerock and #giantscauseway.


This print is one of a limited edition of 150. The dimensions of the visible print area are 30cm x 40cm. The total size is 33cm x 43cm which includes a 1.5cm border for framing purposes. Each print is individually signed and numbered by the artist. Enclosed is a certificate of authenticity to guarantee your print is a limited edition artwork only available at the edition stated.

The original painting of 'Bow Fiddle Rock, Portknockie' was painted in 2020 with acrylic paint on Hahnemühle bamboo paper 265gsm.

The painting was professionally scanned and colour checked/proofed. A giclée print is produced to order using archival inks on 310gsm Hahnemühle German Etching matt paper. These prints are museum archival grade.

The print will be shipped in a protective tube or flat between two ply cardboard or alternatively can be collected in person.

'Bow Fiddle Rock, Portknockie' Limited Edition Giclee Print 30cm x 40cm

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