20″×30″ oil on canvas. The Soay is no bigger than a Border Collie and is the most primitive of British sheep dating back to the Neolithic and Bronze age. And now they roam again at the National Trust’s Corfe castle as they did in the Neolithic.
castle collie corfe dog joe trodden oil ruin sheep soay sheep
Gorgeous work – love it
So glad you like it, Thank you Michelle. Regards Joe.
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Thank you Mary for your continued support! Joe T.
Lovely piece,Joe. Have you considered putting this one (and some of your others – eg Stonehenge) into the “All That’s Archaeology” group? We could do with a couple more painters …
Thank you Trobe, consider it done!
Featured in our paintings special, Oct 2010. Well Done!
Great work – congratulations!
You made our Best of 2010 features – a truly memorable Picture!
Congratulations Joe! Your lovely work has finished in the Top Ten of the Buildings in a Landscape Challenge
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