Escomb is situated two miles west of Bishop Auckland in the Wear Valley. It was built around 675 AD with stone possibly from the Roman Fort at Binchester.
This painting was commissioned by the church wardens to be presented to Her Royal Highness, The Countess of Wessex when she officially opened the new community centre.
‘Special thanks to Mr Eric Thompson for the painting of the Escomb Saxon Church, this gift is very much appreciated.’ ~ Her Royal Highness The Countess of Wessex
Painted: November 2012
Giclée Print Edition:750
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Unmounted Giclée Print
Image size is 12" by 8" on a 16" by 12" paper. Flat wrapped in cellophane with card backing and complete with Certificate of Authentication.
Mounted Giclée Print
Image size is 15" by 10.5" with a double 20" by 16" ivory and white mount. Flat wrapped in cellophane with card backing and complete with Certificate of Authentication.
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