Dartmoor National Park is Devon's wild upland area containing the county's highest hill (Yes Tor), the source of many of its main rivers (the Teign, the Dart, the Tavy etc), granite outcrops and ancient farming systems. Having lived on the moor myself I love translating Dartmoor's mosses, lichen, tors and field patterns onto canvas and paper...

Along the East Dart river, Dartmoor
Along the East Dart river, Dartmoor
£46

Hawthorn tree on Dartmoor, looking down on the Dart Valley
Hawthorn tree on Dartmoor, looking down on the Dart Valley
£35

Ruddycleave Water at Buckland in the Moor, Dartmoor
Ruddycleave Water at Buckland in the Moor, Dartmoor
£40

Valley of the Taw, North Dartmoor
Valley of the Taw, North Dartmoor
£60

Black-a-tor Copse, Dartmoor
Black-a-tor Copse, Dartmoor
£95

A Dartmoor hedge (near Widecombe)
A Dartmoor hedge (near Widecombe)
£95

At the Dewerstones,  West Dartmoor
At the Dewerstones, West Dartmoor
£95

View of Meldon viaduct, West Dartmoor
View of Meldon viaduct, West Dartmoor
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At Black-a-ven Brook, Dartmoor
At Black-a-ven Brook, Dartmoor
£220

View of Dartmoor, looking down on Moretonhampstead
View of Dartmoor, looking down on Moretonhampstead
£185

The upper river Taw, Dartmoor
The upper river Taw, Dartmoor
£285

The Dewerstones in early spring, Dartmoor
The Dewerstones in early spring, Dartmoor
£159

Dartmoor rapids at the West Okement
Dartmoor rapids at the West Okement

Rapids at the East Okement River, Dartmoor
Rapids at the East Okement River, Dartmoor
£180

Winter at Tavy Cleave, Dartmoor
Winter at Tavy Cleave, Dartmoor
£240

The West Okement River, near Black-a-tor, Dartmoor
The West Okement River, near Black-a-tor, Dartmoor

A Dartmoor woodland below Black Hill
A Dartmoor woodland below Black Hill
£160
 


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