A Roof and a Hard Place
The Saint is supposed to have lived here during the 9th century and myths and legend surround his chapel. You can still hear the chapel bell ring from under the sea, and the steps down the cliff can never be counted accurately. The rocks inside are reputed to have closed around Govan in times of danger. This is one of those paintings that I really didn't want to sell. However, after we'd received the fourth offer for it within a few hours, my agent reminded me that we were in the business of selling paintings. At least I know it's gone to a good home.

© Adrian James 1999

Frame size in inches (rebate) 16 by 20
Painting size in inches (approx) 11 by 15
Price SOLD

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