John Knox House, Edinburgh

£30.00

Image size: 297.00 x 210.00 mm

A scene of John Knox House, full of life and activity with the old fashioned red pillar box. The house is now a museum and part of the Scottish Storytelling Centre in Edinburgh City.

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John Knox House, Edinburgh Limited Edition | Prints of Edinburgh Scotland – Alan Reed

John Knox House Prints

Choose your favourite John Knox House Limited Edition Edinburgh Prints from Alan Reed Gallery in Ponteland. Watercolour Paintings of Edinburgh and High Quality Giclee prints of Edinburgh Scotland. We have a large collection of artworks with scenes from all over Scotland.

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The painting of John Knox House is full of life and activity with the old fashioned red pillar box. The house is now a museum and part of the Scottish Storytelling Centre in Edinburgh City.

A guided tour of John Knox House can also be arranged.

The Royal Mile

The Royal Mile in Edinburgh, known by the locals as the High Street, has to be one of the finest streets in Europe. Over the years I’ve painted it many times and captured some of its famous landmarks. St Giles Cathedral, The Tolbooth and of course John Knox House. Many of these watercolours have been successfully reproduced as limited edition prints .

All Prints of Edinburgh Scotland can be ordered in any size can be shipped worldwide.

And can be purchased online, from retailers in Edinburgh and from my Studio and Gallery.

Browse through our huge range of stunning prints of Edinburgh Scotland.

Step Inside John Knox House History

Walk in the footsteps of its famous inhabitants. Hear the drama unfold in every room. Look out for the tricks and traps to fool intruders. Hunt for the devil hiding in The Oak Room ceiling

John Knox House dates back to 1470, which makes it and Moubray House attached, the oldest, original medieval building surviving on the Royal Mile.

The house is associated with one of the most dramatic and turbulent times in Scottish History. The Scottish Reformation  which resulted in the outbreak of civil war and the abdication of Mary, Queen of Scots.

 

 

 

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Weight 1.00 kg
Dimensions 1.00 × 210.00 × 297.00 cm

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