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Llanddona Beach at Sunset

Llanddona Beach at Sunset


Also known as Red Wharf Bay, Llanddona beach is one of the largest beaches in the whole of North Wales. It’s so large that during World War II the military placed large wooden stakes on the beach to prevent enemy aircraft landing. The remnants of these posts can still be seen today! It’s a fabulous place to walk the dog or indeed ride a horse or just build sandcastles. Legend has it that many hundreds of years ago it was the scene of more than one battle involving Viking Raiders, and that the sand ran red with blood! This large painting would look fabulous over any fireplace.


Limited print of 50.

 Canvas on board 75 x 55 cm, 93 x 73 framed in a colour matched frame of Ian's signature double wood moulding, hand finished with a natural slip and dark outer.


Location: Red Wharf Bay, (Traeth Coch), Llanddona, Isle of Anglesey, North Wales, UK

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