River Adur painting 'Robin'

‘Robin’, River Adur, Shoreham

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River Adur painting by Danny McBride is called ‘Robin’ and is offered as a framed and signed print. This is a view of the South end of Shoreham town very early one morning. I’ve named it after a friend of mine who was living on the small boat pictured. Painted in 2014, this is a framed, signed and mounted giclée print and is now available in 2 sizes; Standard (520 x 430mm) and Small (210 x 300).

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River Adur painting by Danny McBride is called ‘Robin’ and is offered as a framed and signed print. This is a view of the South end of Shoreham town very early one morning. I’ve named it after a friend of mine who was living on the small boat pictured. Painted in 2014, this is a framed, signed and mounted giclée print and is now available in 2 sizes; Standard (520 x 430mm) and Small (210 x 300).

History of Shoreham

Old Shoreham dates back to pre-Roman times. St Nicolas’ Church, inland by the River Adur, is partly Anglo-Saxon The name of the town has an Old English origin. The town and port of New Shoreham was established by the Norman conquerors towards the end of the 11th century.

St Mary de Haura Church (St Mary of the Haven) was built in the decade following 1103 (the Domesday Book was dated 1086), and around this time the town was laid out on a grid pattern that, in essence, survives in the town centre. The church is only half the size of the original – the former nave was ruinous at the time of the civil war although remnants of the original west façade survive in the churchyard to some height.

Additional information

Dimensions 505 × 403 mm
Frame colour

Black, White

Sizes Available

Standard 520 x 430mm, Small 210 x 300mm

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