The Hermitage

The Hermitage

Mixed media drawing on paper stretched over MDF.
45 x 45cm

One of the earliest Highland tourist attractions, The Hermitage is a picturesque ‘wild tree garden’, landscaped since the 18th century by the Dukes of Atholl. Home to one of the tallest trees in Britain – a Douglas Fir – it remains one of the most popular beauty spots in Perthshire and is now in the care of the National Trust for Scotland.
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The Hermitage

The Hermitage
Mixed media drawing on paper stretched over MDF.
45 x 45cm

One of the earliest Highland tourist attractions, The Hermitage is a picturesque ‘wild tree garden’, landscaped since the 18th century by the Dukes of Atholl. Home to one of the tallest trees in Britain – a Douglas Fir – it remains one of the most popular beauty spots in Perthshire and is now in the care of the National Trust for Scotland.