Original Paintings & Limited Edition Prints for sale of Normanton Church
Normanton Church was built in the early nineteenth century and sits on the south shore of Rutland Water. It was previously the private chapel to the Normanton Estate and was formally known as St. Matthews Church.
The Church once stood in the quiet valley of fertile farmland, but in 1970 the construction of a large reservior was determined by Royal Assent, because of the expansion of the population in the local villages & towns. The secluded valley where Normanton Church stands, was cleared of trees, ancient woodland, hedgerows, farms and cottages and was turned into one of Britian’s largest man made lakes almost the size of Windermere in the lake district. Normanton Church was itself doomed to disaster. However, due to a massive voluntary effort the Church was saved from destruction, and stands as a memorial to times past.
Today the church continues to grow in popularity for civil weddings and the Church is open to the general public on selected dates giving visitors the opportunity to discover the history of this beautiful building and its surroundings.
Originals Paintings can be undertaken in any medium including gouache watercolour, pastel, professional acrylic or traditional oils on canvas.
Limited Edition Prints
Printed on professional quality Velvet Fine Art Paper, prints have the look and feel of the original to share with your family and friends.This 100% cotton fibre paper features an acid free base with an elegant velvet surface that delivers a high D-max and a wide colour gamut and is a signature worthy professional paper weighing 260g/m2.
These are Giclée prints and this term (Giclée) is used to describe the fine art digital printing process that combines pigment based inks with high quality archival paper to achieve prints of superior archival quality, light fastness and stability.
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