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'Eynhallow' is inspired by my Orkney childhood and the revisitation of some of my favorite George Mackay Brown books over Christmas. It is named after the Island of Eynhallow which sits between Mainland Orkney and Rousay. Eynhallow was believed to be the summer residence of the shape-shifting mer-people the Finfolk, who were driven away by the farmer, Guidman o' Thorodale from Evie! (Anderson, Joseph (ed.) (1873) The Orkneyinga Saga. Translated by Jón A. Hjaltalin & Gilbert Goudie. Edinburgh. Edmonston and Douglas).



  • Mounted 30 x 30 fine art print based on an oil on linen original.
  • Printed on archival quality acid free cotton rag 300gsm paper







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