'Carrbridge', watercolour, 54 x 35 cm.
In the middle of carrbridge, in Badenoch and Strathspey in the Scottish Highlands, these bridge ruins span the river Dulnain. The bridge is the oldest in the Highlands, having been built in the early 1700s. It is quite narrow as it was designed only for foot and horse traffic. It functioned until the 'Muckle Spate' (big flood) of 1829 when its superstructure was washed away and it has stood like this since then; today it is a popular tourist attraction in this beautiful little Speyside village.
The painting is sold.
Prints are available in three sizes:
Small: Image 24 x 16cm, £17 unmounted or £20 mounted to fit a 14 x 11" off-the-shelf frame.
Medium: Image 37 x 25 cm, £24 unmounted or £30 mounted to fit a 20 x 16" frame.
Large: Image approx 55 x 35 cm - £32 unmounted or £45 mounted to fit a 70 x 50 cm frame.