Moonbathing – Sugarloaf Mountain
Great Sugar Loaf Mountain bathed in moonlight. The mountain gets its name from its steep slopes and conical shape, protruding into the landscape like a pile of sugar.
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Moonbathing - Sugarloaf Mountain by Niki Purcell
The Great Sugarloaf (Ó Cualann also Beannach Mhór) is 4km west of Kilmacanogue, Co Wicklow and is set apart from the Wicklow Mountains, with its conical shape and broody demeanour the Great Sugar Loaf makes an instant impression. It's barely 501 metres tall, but this plucky hill is one of Ireland's most iconic peaks. The Sugar Loaf may have the appearance of an extinct volcano; it is in contrast to the granite mountains to the south and west, a quartzite hill. On a clear day you can see not only Dublin City and the Wicklow Mountains, but Snowdonia in Wales. Here Irish artist Niki Purcell has painted the Sugarloaf Mountain bathed in moonlight - always a stunning sight.
Original textured Oil painting on canvas. Signed by the artist. Floated on an off white mount and framed as shown
Image size: 40 x 40cm Framed size: 45cm x 45cm
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