A hand-drawn map of Stanton Harcourt in Oxfordshire. Copies are available at size A2 in two formats: flat, signed and suitable for framing OR folded in a colour cover. Please choose from the drop down box below. Flat maps come to you wrapped and rolled in a postal tube.
A hand-drawn map of Oxford. Copies available at size A2 in two formats, flat, signed and suitable for framing OR folded in a colour cover. Flat maps come to you wrapped and rolled in a postal tube. Folded maps come in a colour cover, wrapped in a cellophane bag. Please choose from the drop down box below.
This hand-drawn map of Stanton Harcourt with Sutton features all the village’s main buildings, including the medieval manor, as well as its history, nature and activities. A must for anyone who wants to know the secrets of this tiny, vibrant and ancient village.
I have included the Devil’s Quoits stone circle, which is now re-constructed after almost being lost in the 20th century. And I have put back on the map – quite literally – the remarkable bronze age burial mound of Gravelly Guy which was destroyed after it was excavated to make was for gravel extraction and subsequent landfill.
A hand painted map, in watercolour, of the county of Oxfordshire, showing geography, history and nature.
Buy signed prints (size A2) or the original painting (size A1). Prices include P&P to UK.
Digital copies are available for you to print at a format and size of your choice for £35. Read more…
This painting shows some of the animals and birds of the archipelago. The original is a watercolour with acrylic inks on 300gsm on archival quality paper at size A1.
Prints are size A2 on 200gsm archival quality paper, printed with UV stable inks and signed by the artist. Comes to you rolled in a sturdy postal tube. Prices included P&P to UK addresses.
Not in the UK? Contact me for an international postage price.Choose A2 signed print, digital image for you to print at a format and size of your choice, or buy the original painting!
A painting of the voyage of HMS Beagle, the ship on which Charles Darwin travelled around the world -with particular attention to South America - making discoveries as he went that would change the course of natural science.