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Autumn leaves beginning to fall in front of these grand fortifications are sure to spark the imagination. Just to the west of London lies the world’s largest continually inhabited castle, having been a royal residence for around 950 years. First developed by William the Conqueror in the 11th century, Windsor Castle is regularly used by the Queen as a weekend retreat, as well as hosting state occasions and royal weddings. The Round Tower dominates the skyline and sits atop the oldest part of the castle. Watching deer grazing beside the long walk during rutting season is all part of the Windsor experience. 
This masterpiece has been handpainted in acrylic paints on a 50 x 60 cm canvas. This birthday gift was commissioned from a scene of a favourite family walk.

Windsor Castle

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