Arlington Row Bibury



Arlington Row

I was inspired to paint Arlington Row thanks to its true beauty and the natural materials it’s built of.

It is limestone with slate tiles on the roof.  It was first used as a wool store.  Then turned into weavers’ cottages in the 17th century. The wool once washed was hung to dry at “Rock Isle” nearby.  Today it is a water meadow.  The wool then went on to Arlington Mill.  Today it is in private ownership. These cottages are in the Cotswolds AONB.  They are nestled in the picturesque village of Bibury.  William Morris (a famous artist) called Bibury “the most beautiful village in England”Today the National Trust owns and rents it.  In No 9 they let self catering  

Have you ever been to Arlington Row or know of someone that has? Do you or they have memories of these impressive weaver’s cottages? If not then don’t be at all put off. Why not make their day with this stunning card when they have a special occasion coming up?
Why not brighten your home or theirs with this stunning painting?  Also available as a private commission mounted or wall picture or on canvas

7″ x 5″ printed greetings card Blank Inside sold with an FSC Fern Green envelope

Additional information

Weight 18 g
Dimensions 7 × 5 in