Giclee print of an original oil painting.
This is the high bwlch (col) between Yr Wyddfa and Lliwedd. The bwlch is known as Bwlch Ciliau but the part nearest Yr Wyddfa is known as Bwlch y Saethau (Col of the arrows) It is said to be the site of Arthur’s final battle. Felled by enemy arrows, Arthur was mortally wounded there and his men covered his body with a cairn of stones, which to this day is still called Carnedd Arthur, or Arthur’s Cairn. Another story claims that Arthur's army are still sleeping in a cave in the cliffs of Lliwedd, ready to awaken and fight to defend Wales.
Product details :
- Image size - 44cm x 58cm
- Print only, paper size - 50cm x 64cm
- Mounted size - 63.2cm x 78cm
- The framed image is for illustrative purposes only. Unfortunately, we can't ship framed prints due to insurance issues regarding the glass.
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Shipping details :
- Mounted images are shipped flat-pack
- Print-only shipped in a tube
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