Robert the Bruce Artwork Print of Brass Rubbing, Grave Rubbing, Medieval Art, Tomb Rubbing, Wall Art Framed
Robert the Bruce Artwork, Grave Rubbing, Medieval Art, Tomb Rubbing, Wall Art Framed- this is a super cool piece but maybe one of the hardest pieces I have ever photographed! It is a subtle piece and the bright photo just shows you the actual art but this piece is not that bright it is a light gold on black and the black and gold are both lighter in color. The piece this was made on is a black piece of paper and it has wrinkled in several spots. It is under glass and framed in a black frame. The glass is not completely clear it is a little hazy opposed to crystal clear. The size is about 21.75"x10.75" in size. There is a wire on the back to hang with.
Robert the Bruce, original name Robert VIII de Bruce, also called Robert I, (born July 11, 1274—died June 7, 1329,. His monumental brass is located in Dunfermline Abbey in Fife, Scotland. He played a large part in ultimately confirming Scottish independence in the Treaty of Northampton in 1328. (https://www.britannica.com/biography/Robert-the-Bruce)
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