Mary, Queen of Scots stayed in many places and Jedburgh in the Scottish Borders was one of them. She caught a fever as a result of a gruelling ride to visit her lover, James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell and spent time recovering in Jedburgh.
It seems natural then, that she would visit the abbey there, which is where we find her ghost in this digital print that I created from two images. The ruins of Jedburgh Abbey still make a spectacular sight and are rich in history. Mary's figure is taken from her statue at Linlithgow Palace, West Lothian.
This print is on top quality 310 gsm premium textured rag. The sheet is A4 size and the image is 265 x 188 mm with a narrow border all round. The paper's off-white colour and gentle texture compliment the print and highlight the rich tones of the abbey stonework.
The print will be despatched in a stiff-backed envelope.
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