The Rough Wooing, or Silver Darlings

£240.00

The Rough Wooing, or Silver Darlings.

The Rough Wooing is a term that has been coined for Henry VIII’s warlike efforts to weaken Scotland and bring it under his control. He attempted to unite the Kingdoms by forcing his young son Edward upon Mary of Guise’s infant daughter Mary Queen of Scots – instead they fled to France. Henry VIII raided Scottish fishing grounds, razed the city of Edinburgh to the ground (apart from the castle), paid collaborators, and began a propaganda campaign designed to soften Scots up to the idea of union with England.

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Description

The Rough Wooing, or Silver Darlings.

Painted and signed digitally at very high resolution using a graphics tablet.

Professionally printed on acid-free 285gsm Hahnemuhle fine art Torchon paper. This makes for lovely vivid colours on a thick, high-quality, lightly textured paper.

Large A1 (594x841mm) size borderless print, suiting clip frames or poster hangers, or matte mounting and framing if preferred. See photos for close-up details, including a mug to show the size of the print.

Dispatched in a protective tube, tracked and insured with Parcelforce.

Images you see online may be watermarked with a website url to discourage copyright theft, but the picture you receive will not be watermarked.

 

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