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The second in this series…..

A haunting landscape scene, depicting the old ruins of St. Hilda’s Abbey at Whitby, North Yorkshire, on England’s east coast.

Lore has it that the graveyard here was the final resting place of Dracula, until the cliffs eroded, carrying his coffin off in to the sea below.

If you ever get a chance to visit this amazing place, I highly recommend it! Walk the 199 steep steps up the hill, to where the Ruins of this once beautiful Abbey resides.

Canvas Size – 20×16×1.5″ on Exhibition Canvas, with two coats of matt varnish to enhance and protect.

Original Painting is for sale. Please visit www.mason-contemporary-arts.co.uk. Comes to you complete with a signed CoA, care sheets, and an aftersales service which is second to none.

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abbey, cliffs, coffin, dracula, england, folklore, graves, graveyard, ruins, sea, vampire, vampires, whitby

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