Portree, Isle of Skye by Jonathan Wheeler
The name Portree comes from the Gaelic Port-an-Righ, which translates as "King's Port" and is the main town on the isle of Skye. Like Tobermory on the Isle of Mull, Portree is built below a cliff and rows of multi-colored houses line the main street. There has been a settlement here for hundreds of years, but the town we see today was built as a fishing village in 1771 by Laird Sir James MacDonald.
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.
Available in two sizes:
- Small: 8" x 6" (including mat)
- Large: 12" x 10" (including mat)