David Owen Dudley

Robin Hood's Bay is built in a fissure between two steep cliffs. The village houses were built mostly of sandstone with mainly red-tiled roofs. The main street descends steeply from the cliff top. It passes through the village crossing the King's Beck and reaches the beach by a cobbled slipway known as Wayfoot. Available for holiday/greetings card

  • Media: Oil
  • Subject: Landscape or Woodland Scene, Portrait or Figure, Townscape or Streetscene
  • Size: 18 x 24 inches

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