Normanton Church Reflections. A clear blue sky overhead and a calm reflection of Normanton Church in Rutland Water water below.
Also known as St Matthew’s Church. It was de-consecrated in 1970, and was to have been demolished as part of the reservoir construction, as its floor was below the proposed water level. Following a public outcry, the lower half was filled with stone and rubble, and a concrete cap constructed just below the level of the windows. An embankment was built around the church leaving it a prominent feature on the water’s edge.
Photography by Oakham Photographer Daniel McLean
Fine Art Print: A 100% cotton rag paper with matt finish. Acid-free archival standard.
Mount: Double white textured mount. Small sizes come with a 1″ mount on all sides of the print. Medium sizes come with a 1.5″ mount on all sides. Large sizes come with a 2″ mount on all sides.
Frame: Classic black gallery style frame. Handmade and fully assembled by members of the Fine Art Trade Guild. Ready to hang on your wall. Sizes specified are for the length and width of the glass size inside the frame.
Delivery: Please allow 14-28 days for delivery as framed prints are made to order.