One of a series of four pack-horse bridge paintings:
Bolter’s Bridge is an ancient bridge in the Somerset hamlet of Hornblotton, (horn-blowing), where travellers were warned if the river was too high to cross the bridge safely. It is still used by riders, on the 625 mile Monarch’s Way, a path closely following the escape route taken by Charles 1.
I liked the way the paving stones were laid to follow the bend in the old drover’s route.
Framed: Dark wood tray frame
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