Hever Castle Courtyard, Sussex, England.

$1,750.00

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.

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

 

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