Brassington, Derbyshire - an artist signed giclee print by Iain Mackay
A bright scene typical of a summers day in the English countryside. Situated about sixteen miles north west of Derby, Brassington is a village that grew up around the lead mining and quarrying industries as well as farming. The village was first mentioned in the Doomsday book in 1086, and continues to thrive today, set in beautiful Peak District countryside.
This print from an original watercolour painting is presented in a pale cream mount ready for framing, the overall size including the mount is 51 x 43 cm. The image size is 40 x 28 cm.
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The print is priced at £45.00, plus £10.00 UK postage and packing.
About the artist
Derbyshire based landscape painter Iain Mackay produces beautifully evocative images in his chosen medium of watercolour. Born in the Lancashire Dales, Iain made his career in architecture, and has been able to combine his love of painting with his love of the countryside.
The majority of the work we have from Iain are scenes around the area in which he lives and has come to know very well, Derbyshire offers a wide variety of landscapes from peaceful rivers to wild moors. In the prints that we have in the gallery there are also scenes from the Suffolk and Cornish coasts, two other favourite places of the artist.
All of Iain's prints are from his original paintings and are individually titled and signed.