Linlithgow Palace by Jonathan Wheeler
The majestic ruins of Linlithgow Palace stand on a low green promontory overlooking a small inland loch. Built originally by James I starting in 1424, most of the Stewart kings lived in the impressive palace, each seeking to create the ideal modern palace through numerous renovations. In a more recent claim to fame, Linlithgow Palace serves as the setting for Wentworth Prison in the popular Outlander series.
All of Jonathan's prints are printed on acid free paper, using pigmented inks that meet archival lightfast standards in terms of UV exposure. They come mounted on acid free white core board. All prints are signed by the artist.
Size: 8" x 6" (including mat)