‘The Duke of Hereford’s Knob’, Eric Ravilious, watercolour, 1938.
The Duke of Hereford’s Knob is more properly known as ‘Twmp’, translating to hump or tump in English. I’m also pretty sure it makes a guest appearance in Bruce Chatwin’s ‘On the Black Hill’ under the name of ‘Bickerton’s Knob’. Though the building in the foreground is a church, it could technically be described as a house of god, and if that won’t do you, then there’s another little one on the hillside.
This card is also available as part of the ‘The Eric Ravilious Country House Collection‘.
Printed on 300gsm Invercote card stock using high quality inks to retain the colours of the original image, and comes with a white envelope. The card dimensions are 178mm x 127mm.Follow us on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest.