Birdcage Walk Clifton Print
When the landscapes of Britain are starting to change colour, golden leaves spatter the ground and there’s an official whiff of autumn in the air, there’s nothing quite like heading outdoors to experience this magical time of year.
Bring that feeling in to your home with this reproduction of a pastel painting by Bristol based pastel artist Robert Antell.
Birdcage Walk is a peaceful graveyard in Clifton Village which takes its name from the arches that line the walkway. This is all that remains of St Andrew’s Church - built in the 12th century but destroyed in the Bristol Blitz. Beautiful trees create a spectacular fairytale arch over the path and it’s a tranquil place to while away an afternoon.