The-Passing-Years-St-Bennets-Abbey Norfolk

£300.00

This original art work, by Michael Brobson has been painted with acrylic paint on a canvas covered board. The picture (400  x 500) has a wood frame and is ready to hang.

The picture depicts the ruins of St Bennet’s Abbey situated in the flat, windswept  open country  of Norfolk (UK).

By: Michael Brobson

Description

This is a signed original Art Work by Michael Brobson 

Painted using professional grade Acrylic paint on canvas covered board.   This picture is framed and ready to hang on the wall.

St Bennet’s Abbey, on the Norfolk Broads is the only monastery in England to survive the dissolution of the Monasteries by king Henry VIII.  The abbey on the north bank of the river Bure was founded on an island site surrounded by marshes around AD 1020 and is now in ruins.

The surviving feature of the medieval monastery is the 14th-century gatehouse.

In the late 18th century a drainage mill was built, incorporating part of the medieval gatehouse. To allow the mill sails to rotate the upper floor of the gatehouse was removed.

The site is now managed by the Norfolk Archaeological Trust but the church ruins are still owned by the Diocese of Norwich and it is still a consecrated site.

In this picture I have tried to depict the windswept, wide open sky of the broads, and this ancient survivor on what would once have been an island before marshes were drained.

  • The painting will be shipped carefully to give it optimum protection. Delivery Times are dependent on delivery location. Shipped in the UK ready to hang in 1-3 working days.  If you are from Outside UK please ask about shipping. If you are not satisfied with the picture please return it in good condition and I will refund the purchase price . Not the shipping charges.
  • All copyrights are retained by the artist and no reproduction is permitted without the express permission of the artist.

Additional information

Dimensions 400 × 510 cm
Michael Brobson

Original Art

Medium

Acrylic Painting

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