Twilight at St Michael’s Mount

£250.00

St Michael’s Mount Painting

The ancient castle of St Michael’s Mount sits on a small tidal island in Mount’s Bay, West Cornwall. The island is linked to the town of Marazion via a man-made cobbled causeway. Here the causeway is only part revealed as twilight swirls around the bay. St Michael’s Mount is lit – a fierce orange glow radiates from the castle and is reflected in the rising tide.

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St Michael’s Mount Painting

Cornwall Art – Original Cornish Art Landscape Painting by Cornish Artist Diane Griffiths

The ancient castle of St Michael’s Mount sits on a small tidal island in Mount’s Bay, West Cornwall. The island is linked to the town of Marazion via a man-made cobbled causeway. Here the causeway is only part revealed as twilight swirls around the bay. St Michael’s Mount is lit – a fierce orange glow radiates from the castle and is reflected in the rising tide.

Original Painting

  • Original Contemporary Cornish Landscape Painting
  • Acrylic, oil and enamel on cotton canvas
  • 50x50cm/20×20″ (2018)
  • Original artwork with signed Certificate of Authenticity
  • Painted sides, no frame required
  • Signed

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Twilight at St Michael's Mount
Twilight at St Michael’s Mount detail

Delivery

UK Delivery

Free delivery to mainland UK destinations.

International Delivery

Priced based on location and artwork item. If you are outside the UK please drop me an email diane@handonart.com to find enquire about prices. Delivery prices depend on destination, size and weight.

Returns Policy

It’s Ok if you change your mind. All original comes with a 14 days free return policy, no questions asked.

Questions?

No worries. If you have any questions please drop me an email diane@handonart.com

Caring for your Artwork

Lifting and carrying

Always use two hands when lifting or carrying your artwork, holding it by one hand can stress your painting by putting pressure in one place. Never lean the front or back surface of a canvas on a sharp object, it doesn’t matter how small it is, it doesn’t even have to be that sharp, it will leave a dent.

Temperature and humidity fluctuation damage

Rooms that often have doors or windows opened to the outside or any areas next to heat sources; radiators or fireplaces may suffer from fluctuations in temperature and humidity. Kitchens, bathrooms, attics or basements are often unsuitable for hanging art.

Light damage

We all know that UV light in sunlight is damaging to our skin, it’s also damaging to artwork. Light can fade pigments and cause discolouration. Ensure that the art will not be exposed to direct sunlight. I also wouldn’t recommend using ‘picture lights’, they tend to over-light the art and the local heat that the light produces can be damaging.

Cleaning

Dust a canvas using a soft cloth, this should be done frequently to ensure you don’t get a thin layer settling on the canvas. Never use polish or use chemical products to do this. When cleaning the glass with paper artwork underneath, never spray glass cleaner directly on a frame or glass covering a painting.

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