Under The Breidden Hills

£399.00£3,400.00 including VAT


  • Title: Under The Breidden hills
  • Medium: Oil
  • Substrate: 12oz Cotton canvas
  • Size: 90cm x 80cm
  • Style: Contemporary
  • Frame: Yes

An original oil painting by David Stead.

Although themselves in Powys, Wales, the Breidden hills dominate the landscape around David and Becky’s Shropshire home. The hills are a volcanic feature which dominate the area rising to 1200ft with commanding views of Shropshire and Wales. Rodney’s Pillar, an obelisk commemorating Admiral Rodney’s victory over the French in 1782 stands at the top and was built by the gentlemen of Montgomeryshire who supplied oaks from the area & shipped them down the river Severn to Bristol where Admiral Rodney’s fleet was built.

The painting is now available as a beautiful limited edition print on deep profile, archival quality canvas. The print is limited to an edition of only 150 and comes with a certificate of authentication

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