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Stroud Cotswold Sheep

I have painted Stroud within the fleece of a Cotswold Sheep. Introduced by the Romans, this breed of sheep is of key historical importance to the area. Many towns owe their growth to the fine quality of wool that was exported worldwide. In the 16th century, weaving was concentrated to the Stroud area as it had fast flowing streams to power the newly built mills. The Cotswold sheep is now a protected rare breed.

Stroud Cotswold Sheep

  • 40 x 50 cm mounted ready to frame

    Giclee fine art print on 280gsm archival paper.

    Each print has been finished with hand painted with gold medium.

    Mount and fine art paper are FSC certified.

    All inks are archival and of highest lightfastness (permanence).

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