Belfast’s most famous standout landmark. Well in my opinion anyway!!
The painting was completed on 640gsm watercolour paper and mounted with a conservation double mount. The frame is a solid wood slate grey frame and the ink and watercolour measures 31 x 15 inches including the frame.
Belfast’s most famous standout landmark. Viewed from the sky when returning home to Belfast or from different view points all over the City from Cavehill to the hills at Gilnahirk. The paper is an acid free 640gsm good quality watercolour paper. The high white surface of the Saunders Waterford paper adds to the fresh look of the watercolour. Double mounted in conservation mountboard with a stay white core. Framed with a slate grey solid wooden box frame. The overall size including the frame is
|Dimensions||73 × 33 cm|