Crafted with precision and care, each piece is printed onto finely textured 400gsm cotton canvas, employing cutting-edge professional printing methods to ensure the best possible quality and resolution.
The canvas is hand-stretched over a 38mm deep made-to-measure knotless pine stretcher bar frame guaranteed not to warp or bow. The frame is also milled with a curved profile to minimise contact with the face of the canvas to prevent unsightly impression marks and surface cracking.
By default, your canvas art will be supplied with an image wrap edge, seamlessly extending the artwork around the sides. Customize your order with different edge options to suit your preference.
St Ninian's Chapel at sunset in December. The roofless 12th-century chapel is located on the hillside overlooking Isle of Whithorn harbour. The simple rectangular building measures about 31ft x 16ft 6in internally and was built around the year 1300 on the site of an earlier 12th-century building which was restored by the Marquess of Bute in 1898.
Internally the chapel is divided into two sections; a nave roughly 17ft square, and a much smaller square chancel. It stands within a semi-circular enclosure, a rough oval about 110ft long that may belong to an earlier Celtic period of use, perhaps as a burial ground.
The Isle of Whithorn in Dumfries and Galloway is one of the most southerly villages and seaports in Scotland and located near the southern tip of The Machars.