Hever Castle Courtyard, Sussex, England.


Hever Castle was the home of Ann Boleyn, the second wife of King Henry VIII. She was executed for treason due to her not being able to bare a son. Despite her tragic death, her childhood home is intact and part of the National Trust-a land and garden preserve in England. I visited her garden some years ago and was taken with the beauty and history of this historic place. Perhaps Ann Boleyn herself-a beautiful if tragic figure-spirit wanders the gardens searching for the quiet and safety of her childhood home.

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Hever Castle Courtyard, Sussex, England, (2003).  35 x 24 inches (framed; 42 x 30).  Abaca, pigment, acrylic medium, 1750.00.


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