Temple of Heroes on Lake Windermere

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During ‘Lock Down' I decided to revisit my old photos (trip to the loft, and engagement with many scary spiders involved!) I found one which I liked the look and composition of but had no idea what the building was.

So with some help from a ‘I Love the Lake District'  on Facebook  I found out that it is in fact called the Temple of Heroes and is a tribute to four British naval admirals Duncan, Nelson, Howe and St Vincent, whose names are inscribed on tablets set in its walls and it sits in the grounds of Storrs Hall. So not only did I find something to paint, I learned something at the same time.

My original artwork is created using pen and a variety of water-soluble media, watercolour (White Knight watercolours) watercolour pencils, ink, Inktense pencils and blocks from Derwent, and occasionally Brusho on Bockingford hot or cold pressed paper


Print size 14 x 11 inches – Mounted, backed and bagged.


Printed on fine art acid free cold pressed paper.
A combination of cotton & lignin-free cellulose.
With excellent archival properties.


Printed using special pigmented Epson inks.
Light fast and fade resistant for up to 80 years.


Archival quality acid free mount included to protect your print from discolouration.
Produced to fit a standard 14 x 11in photo or picture frame.

Each print is created to order on acid free, fine art paper using Epson professional pigmented inks, for long lasting fade-resistant prints.


Temple of Heroes
Temple of Heroes
Produced on top quality fine art paper
White core, acid free single mount
Fits standard 14 x 11in picture frame

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