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Standing stones, stone circles, rows and other prehistoric monuments are one of the most mysterious features of Britains ancient landscape. Paul Neads is fascinated in megalithic Britain and chooses to visually explore its mysterious nature and origins through his imagery. Mainly working in oils, these depictions of stone circles, monoliths and sacred sites are often frequented by heavy skies, which he hopes will echo nature's potent energy and magic.
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Crescent Light (Cairn Holy [site 2], Dumfries)
Crescent Light (Cairn Holy [site 2], Dumfries)

pastel on card

2007

45 by 30cm. (18" x 12")
£ 400
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From the Temple of Birkrigg Common (Druid's Circle & Morecambe Bay, Cumbria)
From the Temple of Birkrigg Common (Druid's Circle & Morecambe Bay, Cumbria)

oil on canvas

2003

51 by 76cm. (20.4" x 30.4")
£ 480
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Grey Ladies of Harthill (9 Stone Close & Robin Hood's Stride, Derbys)
Grey Ladies of Harthill (9 Stone Close & Robin Hood's Stride, Derbys)

oil on canvas

2004

50 by 40cm. (20" x 16")
£ 400
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Silent (Bridestones, Staffs)
Silent (Bridestones, Staffs)

pastel on paper

2008

46 by 30cm. (18.4" x 12")
£ 400
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