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Eala Bhan - Canvas Wall Art

Code: AP008

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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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Canvas wall art prints are made to order and usually shipped within 6-8 business days. Please see my FAQ page for further information on shipping times to your location.

ABOUT THE IMAGE

Following an overgrown path beside the ruins of Invergarry Castle down to Castle Bay, Loch Oich, we found this abandoned ship - the Eala Bhan ("White Swan"). The 50-ton traditional herring trawler was built in Peterhead in 1961 and fished the seas around the Outer Hebrides for over 30 years before being converted to a passenger boat sailing the Caledonian Canal (of which Lock Oich is the highest part). After the conversion she had 6 cabins, 2 heads/showers, a galley, a bar, library and central heating throughout, and received nothing but praise from passengers for the skipper and crew. Unfortunately she was damaged by a storm around 2007/2008 and abandoned to the elements.


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