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Callanish Standing Stones 4 - Canvas Wall Art

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Your image printed onto finely textured 400gsm, 100% pure cotton canvas using professional printing methods to ensure the highest possible quality and resolution. Hand stretched over a 38mm deep made-to-measure knotless pine stretcher bar frame guaranteed not to warp or bow, that is milled with a curved profile to minimise contact with the face of the canvas and prevent unsightly impression marks and surface cracking.

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ABOUT THE IMAGE

Situated on the West Coast of Lewis in the Outer Hebrides above Loch Roag. Known in Gaelic as the Calanais Standing Stones , the Calanais Standing Stones were erected in a cruciform pattern with a central stone circle in the late Neolithic era. There are many other monuments and stone circles in the area implying that Callanish was an active focus for prehistoric religious activity for at least 1500 years.

According to one tradition, the Callanish Stones were petrified giants who would not convert to Christianity, and another is that  early on midsummer morning an entity known as the "Shining One" walks the length of the avenue, his coming heralded by the call of the cuckoo.