Anyone who has ever been in and out of Cornwall will recognise the beloved 'nearly home' trees.
The small copse of trees, found on the A3O near Lifton, marks the border between Cornwall and Devon and are a familiar sight for anyone leaving on their travels or returning home.
Known as Cookworthy Knapp, the clump of 140 beech trees have inspired many works of art over the years, but the story behind the landmark is a source of wonder to Devonians and the Cornish
*'Nearly Home' ORIGINAL OIL ON WOODEN PANEL 46X 46CM (comes framed in hand-painted wooden frame)
*'Nearly Home' ORIGINAL WATER COLOUR ON PAPER 28CM X 28CM
*'Nearly Home' GICLEE PRINT OF THE WATER COLOUR ON GERMAN ETCHING PAPER 31CM X 31CM
*'Nearly Home' GICLEE PRINT OF OIL PAINTING ON GERMAN ETCHING PAPER 31CM X 31CM
*FRAMED PRINTS. Mounted, framed in a solid wood frame, hand-painted with black lacquer by artist. 3cm wide frame.