is the village of Dun Chaoin on the Dingle Peninsula in South West Ireland, or so the locals say. The Dingle Peninsula, or Corca Dhuibhne, stretches for 30 miles into the Atlantic Ocean from Couny Kerry on the West coast of Ireland. It is dominated by a range of mountains with steep cliffs and sandy beaches. It is the most western point of Ireland and possibly Europe. It does look stunningly beautiful and unspoilt.
My next painting, an original watercolour, is by Margaret C Middleton, dated 1998. It is entitled ‘The Dingle Peninsula, W. Ireland’ and its original selling price was £20. Margaret’s address, also on the back, is in Abingdon in Oxfordshire.