Bamburgh Castle watercolour Prints – Castle Scenes of Northumberland – Alan Reed
Bamburgh Castle Prints
Browse your favourite Bamburgh Prints from our large collection of Northumbrain Castles Prints and Paintings.
Our Prints of Northumberland Coast have proved to be an immensely popular of this iconic castle of Bamburgh on the Northumbria Coast.
There can be few castles that boast such a commanding view of beautiful unspoilt beaches.
Over the years I’ve painted the castle early morning on location at dawn where you are one of only a handful a folk on the beach.
Shop for Geordie Gifts Bamburgh, Prints of Bamburgh Castle Prints for Sale and Beach landscapes. Framed Art pictures of Bamburgh and Lindisfarne Prints. See Northumbrian Castles on view at Alan reed Gallery in Ponteland.
Bamburgh Castle is steeped in history and was often the target for marauding Scots. Over the centuries it has been restored by its various owners during the 18th and 19th centuries. It was finally bought by the Victorian industrialist William Armstrong, who completed the restoration. Today the castle still belongs to the Armstrong family and is opened to the public. It also hosts weddings and corporate events.
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Bamburgh Castle is a place of fantasy, romance, artistry and invention that has captured the imagination for over 2,000 years. It’s one of the most important Anglo-Saxon archaeological sites in the world today. The museum houses a collection of extraordinary finds including the intricate, gold Bamburgh Beast and a rare pattern welded sword, reinforcing Bamburgh’s importance as an Anglo-Saxon citadel. Buy Bamburgh Castle Print from www.alanreed.com
Bamburgh Castle being the most filmed fortress, it starred as the magnificent Brancaster Castle in Downton Abbey’s 2015 Christmas special. It was featured as Hogwarts in the first two Harry Potter films and was used for Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.