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Covesea Lighthouse

Covesea Lighthouse built following a storm in the Moray Firth in November 1826 when 16 vessels were sunk, stands on top of a small headland on the popular westbeach at Stotfield to protect boats from the Halliman Skerries, Lossiemouth on the Moray coast, Scotland.

 This oil on canvas painting is dedicated to those 21 fishermen lost in the earlier 1806  Stotfield disaster.

oil painting covesea lighthouse by david paterson

Size: 60 x 50 x 18 cm

Buy the Original Painting (Gallery wrapped)

Price: £250.00 + postage

Prints Available: Contact Us

Canvas Prints come in various sizes to suit your needs and are on 300gm or greater quality gallery wrapped canvas. 

Each Canvas is hand stretched over kiln dried 1.2 inch deep Fir stretchers, with expansion blocks.

The Paterson Portraits watermark will not appear on your print.

P & P is charged at cost and is currently £9.99 inside the UK only. Overseas carriage is extra.

 

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