Recent Landscape Paintings > North Pennine Transhumance, (NPM 20)
North Pennine Transhumance, (NPM 20)
0, Oil on board 1400 framed
106 x 84 cm

Floating framed in simple dark stained polished oak. An imaginary Hartside Pass road twists and turns up the wild open moorlands of the North Pennine transhumance land as autumn clouds roll up from the Vale of Eden just grazing the Cross Fell ridge. A derelict lime kiln sits crumbling by the road side, snow markers remind drivers of a past era of cooler climate and peat bogs continue to absorb carbon dioxide from the atmosphere. The summer shepherds from the Eden have long disappeared but their huts remain isolated on the slopes of Cross Fell. A 21st century Romantic landscape.

Now available as an A3+ limited edition, framed & mounted print price 195 + p&p or 125+p&p mounted print only or 99 print only in a tube. Prices for larger sizes on application.

Calder Gallery, Hebden Bridge, West Yorkshire 2010.0
©2004 Tom McElderry