Ancient oak tree at sunset. The Oak at Oversley Green limited edition print by Charles Sainsbury-Plaice

Regular price £850.00

The Oak at Oversley Green

Situated on the outskirts of Alcester, Warwickshire, near the River Alne, stands a remarkable ancient oak, a relic of the once majestic Forest of Arden. This venerable tree had already witnessed 200-300 years of existence when the Catholic conspirators were plotting to assassinate Protestant King James I during the Gunpowder Plot at the opening of the Houses of Parliament in November 1605.

530mm x 430mm mounted and framed. Frame dimensions 790mm x 690mm
Edition of 125 (plus 12 artists proofs) @ £850 plus p&p
(Available as print only @ £600 plus p&p)

Giclee printed on photo rag this artwork comes framed in a wooden Black & Gold Luxe Monti Italian frame and mounted with a triple mount from Cotswold Mounts and glazed with Art Glass which reduces reflection and protects the print from ultraviolet light.

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