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Doune Castle

29 x 34 cm

Immerse yourself in the medieval splendor of “Doune Castle” with this limited edition etching by acclaimed artist Vladislav Khristenko (b.1963). From its imposing battlements to its storied history, this artwork captures the timeless allure of one of Scotland’s most iconic landmarks.


  • Artist: Vladislav Khristenko
  • Title: Doune Castle
  • Medium: Etching on paper, aquatint
  • Edition: C3/5 from a limited edition of 10
  • Year of Creation: 2023
  • Signature: Signed and dated by the artist
  • Image Size: 14.5 x 21 cm
  • Paper Size: 25 x 31 cm
  • Framed Dimensions: 29 x 34 cm
  • Price: £100

Historical Review

“Doune Castle” stands as a testament to Scotland’s rich architectural heritage. Constructed in the 13th century, this formidable fortress has witnessed centuries of history, from royal banquets to military sieges. Most famously, it served as a filming location for the iconic “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” adding to its cultural significance. Vladislav Khristenko’s etching captures the castle’s imposing silhouette and rugged beauty, inviting viewers to step back in time and explore its secrets.

Why This Piece?

This limited edition etching offers a rare opportunity to own a piece of Scottish history, with only 10 prints available. Khristenko’s meticulous attention to detail and expert use of aquatint technique bring depth and texture to the artwork, making it a standout addition to any collection. Each print is signed and dated by the artist, ensuring its authenticity and value.


This artwork is in excellent condition, professionally framed to preserve its quality and enhance its display. Whether you’re a collector, an art enthusiast, or a history buff, “Doune Castle” is sure to become a cherished centerpiece in your home or office.

Purchase Information

To acquire this exceptional piece or for further inquiries, please contact us directly. We offer shipping options for both domestic and international customers. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of Scotland’s medieval legacy.


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