John Freeman Studio

Whitby, North Yorkshire - +44 (0)1947 602 799
With subjects from a wide variety of local sources, John Freeman never fails to enchant your attention.

Whitby Abbey Nocturne 14x10

The ruins of Whitby Abbey still towered over the small fishing town of Whitby, indeed its main tower only fell in the 1830`s, thought to be caused by a lightning strike.

Shells from a German cruiser raid down the North East coast in World War I added further damage and I guess many Whitby area houses benefited from beautifully cut stone taken from the ruins over the years.

This romantic study by John Freeman shows the iconic image of the Abbey under a moonlit sky with the pantile roofs of the town nestling in the valley below.

Signed Giclee` Print approx 14" x 10"

14\"x10\" Unframed - £50.00 Add to Basket