Ladies View just outside Killarney Co. Kerry is a well-known site and tourist attraction. Queen Victoria’s ladies-in-waiting visited here during the royal visit in 1861. They were so taken with the view that it was named after them. I have visited this place both in summer and winter – magnificent with the lush countryside in summer and haunting loneliness in winter, but, always quietly beautiful. I have attached a photo I took at winter time which I find fascinating – such a difference between the seasons but wouldn’t you agree, both beautiful.
Measuring 26 x 30 Cm or 10 x 12 inches in a white moulded wooden frame with gold inlay.
This painting is also available in limited edition print format