St Giles on-the-Hill

St Giles Church is a Grade I Listed and medieval building that is noted in the Doomsday Book. It was restored between 1866 - 1867, its tower being the tallest in Norwich, at a height of 120 ft and which was meant to be seen from far away. Today it is also known as St Giles-on-the-Hill and still forms an important part of the townscape.

Acrylics with knife on box canvas (61 x 50.8 x 4.0 cm).

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St Giles on-the-Hill

St Giles Church is a Grade I Listed and medieval building that is noted in the Doomsday Book. It was restored between 1866 - 1867, its tower being the tallest in Norwich, at a height of 120 ft and which was meant to be seen from far away. Today it is also known as St Giles-on-the-Hill and still forms an important part of the townscape.

Acrylics with knife on box canvas (61 x 50.8 x 4.0 cm).

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£375
 
Item added to cart