Print of the Rebel Tree Clifton


Print of the Rebel Tree in Clifton, Cumbria.

Clifton is said to be the site of the last battle on English soil: 1745 between the English army and the Jacobites. Underneath the tree’s spreading branches is a plain stone slab, with a very weathered brass plaque on it that reads, “Here lie buried the men of the army of Prince Charles who fell at Clifton Moor, 18 December 1745”.

Printed on A4 paper, unmounted, ready for you to mount and frame as you wish.
* frame pictured for display purposes only – not supplied *



A4 print, unmounted, ready to frame.

Print from original artwork by Irena.

Signed by the artist.