Castle Interior

Nancy Rommes

"The remains of Earl's Castle, now largely roofless, date from the fourteenth century. They adjoin and incorporate a drinking hall, originally constructed at the turn of the first millennium, that stands morally and physically opposite Orkney's great cathedral. Portions of the castle, however, are wonderfully intact – like this stairwell to the Great Hall." - Nancy Rommes

Pigment on Paper
Signed by Nancy Rommes

Image size is 16.75 x 16 inches, matted to 23.5 x 19.5 inches
Framed under glass with a 1/2 inch black metal frame

$400 USD