Laura Gill

The Elm of Affric


This painting depicts The Elm of Affric, thought to have survived Dutch Elm disease only because of its remote location. With its human-like “face”, it’s reminiscent of the mythical tree creature, The Ent, in Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, and is often referred to as The Ent of Affric. Frame adds 15cm to each edge.

1 in stock

SIZE: 30cm x 30cm
SUBJECT: Landscapes
SCALE: Medium
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Laura Gill

Born in Glasgow of Hebridean heritage, art has been a passion as long as Laura can remember.

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