Centennial Visit [New Release]


Once each 100 years The White Horse leaves The Ridgeway, to be shod by Wayland The Smith… 

It is believed that this last occured in 1920 – so 2020 is a Centennial Year!

Atmospheric depiction of the legend of Wayland The Smith shoeing The White Horse at Wayland Smithy near Uffington, close to The Ridgeway in Oxfordshire.

Wayland The Smith is a mystical piece showing him at work at his forge.  There is another White Horse ancient story that Anne has depicted – it is said that he gallops Westward to capture the Sun, to return it to the East so it can rise the next morning.

Image size: 24″ x 18″ / 60.96cm x 45.72cm

Printed on archival quality fine art 100% cotton rag.  Large AM watermark is not printed on your copy.

You are probably viewing this image on a backlit screen.  There may be minor differences in your screen rendition to the final print, however our fine art printer uses latest print technology to produce a great result!

Free Delivery UKPrint is packaged in a tube.  For delivery to destinations outside mainland UK, please contact us.

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The original photo of the blacksmith is by Tijs Zwinkels.


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