Bamburgh Castle Winter Sunrise – Limited Edition Print


A watercolour study painted on location one cold spring morning was the inspiration for this studio painting.

A sequence of washes, mainly of Lemon Yellow and Rose Madder have helped to create the atmospheric backdrop of the famous Northumbrian castle at Bamburgh on the Northumberland Coast.

The couple walking their dog bring a sense of scale to the painting.

One print left in size 290mm x 205mm for £65 unframed. Please telephone +44 (0) 1661 820626/ 07718 741546 to order.

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Bamburgh Prints

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Choose your favourite Bamburgh Castle Prints signed and numbered for sale online unframed or framed. Visit Alan Reed Art Gallery in Ponteland where you will find a stunning collection of Bamburgh Beach and Bamburgh Castle Limited Editions.

I painted a small original watercolour study of Bamburgh Castle on location on a cold spring morning. The couple walking their dog on the beach has helped to bring a sense of scale to the painting.

More information about paintings and prints of Bamburgh Castle can be seen on Alan Reed’s Painting Blog.

For the larger size please telephone +44 (0) 1661 820626 to order.


You must visit Bamburgh which is a beautiful English Heritage coastal town in the heart of Northumberland. Thousands of people visit Bamburgh every year for its famous castle, coastlines & walking trails.  Purchase Bamburgh Castle Prints from Alan Reed Gallery in Ponteland Northumberland to adorn your office or living room walls. Buy Bamburgh Castle Prints for your home or office. All of Alan Reed Prints are signed and numbered by the artist.

You will find that Bamburgh is an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Choose Pictures of Bamburgh to adorn your walls.

National Parks and Bamburgh AONBs represent the nation’s finest landscapes. The primary purpose of the AONB designation is to conserve and enhance natural beauty.

The Northumberland Coast was designated as an AONB in 1958. Covering an area of 138 sq km along 64km of the coastline between Berwick-upon-Tweed and the Coquet Estuary.

Read about the Northumberland Coast AONB here (