Gold Hill, Shaftesbury.

The market town of Shaftesbury is located at the top of a hill overlooking Blackmore Vale in the County of Dorset, England. This quaint cobbled street known as Gold Hill was once the main street in town.

On the right of Gold Hill stand the remains of  Shaftesbury’s Benedictine Abbey, a nunnery, which was founded in 888 A.D. by King Alfred the Great. The Abbey was demolished during the reign of Henry VIII, when he severed England’s ties with the Catholic Church, because the Pope would not grant him a divorce from his first wife, Catherine of Aragon. Henry introduced Protestantism as the country’s religion.

Signed /Ltd Edition of 150.   

7”x 7” (Image Size), Matted to *12”x12”




                                                Signed /Ltd Edition of 75. 

                                                  20”x 20”(Image Size), No Mats 


* 12”x12” is a standard sized frame. Many frame and hobby shops stock this size,