16”x12” Quink inks and Indian ink on watercolour paper. Corsewall lighthouse built and commissioned by Stevenson and first lit in 1871. It is situated at Corsewall point in the north Rhinns of Galloway and stands as the guardian overlooking the north channel of the Irish Sea. The name ‘Corsewall’ means, ‘well of the cross’. It is still operational but automatic and the lighthouse buildings are now a Hotel.....which do a very nice lunch, if you’re passing.
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