John Millar Watt (biography)Medium:
Watercolour on BoardSize:
14" x 13" (350mm x 325mm)Date:
Signed by Artist bottom rightThis is the Signed original Watercolour painting by John Millar Watt.
Ann Boleyn arriving at the Tower of London. The name Traitors' Gate has been used since the early seventeenth century. Prisoners were brought by barge along the Thames, passing under London Bridge, where the heads of recently executed prisoners were displayed on pikes.
Queen Anne Boleyn, Sir Thomas More, Queen Catherine Howard, all entered the Tower by Traitors' Gate.
A fine painting by Millar Watt created for an as yet unidentified issue of Look and Learn magazine, probably mid-1960s. Professionally matted ready for framing.