Dunstanburgh Castle - ART CARD
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This stunning art card of Dunstanburgh Castle is sure to make an impact! Featuring an awe-inspiring image of the rocky coastline and castle, shrouded in a thunder storm, it is guaranteed to make a memorable impression. The card is blank on the inside, leaving plenty of space for your personal message. Get the perfect card for any occasion with this unique art card of Dunstanburgh Castle.
The text on the back says:
The remains of this magnificent Northumbrian castle stand on an exposed, rocky outcrop between the villages of Craster and Embleton. Building began in 1313 by Earl Thomas of Lancaster, not as a tactical stronghold, but rather a symbol of power and defiance against King Edward ll. This approach did not benefit the Earl as he was defeated by the King in 1322. Dunstanburgh staged several conflicts during The War of the Roses and during this time, sustained a lot of damage. The castle was never fully repaired and slowly became the iconic ruin which is admired today.
David Holliday is a professional watercolour artist based in Northumberland. His paintings range from townscapes to wide open beaches, and from moody landscapes to puffins and pigeon houses.
Cards Size 14.5cm by 14.5cm
White / blank on the inside.
The card is wrapped in a biodegradable bag.
Comes with a white envelope.
Printed on FSC certified card. ( Forest Stewardship Council )