A Tynecastle sketch for Hearts Football Club

Tyncastle_ColourSaved from liquidation, if not relegation from the Scottish Premiership, let’s hope Hearts Football Club can bounce right back up into the top flight next season.


The Heart of Midlothian Football Club is named after the Old Tolbooth of Edinburgh that stood in the Royal Mile, now marked by a heart formation cobbles. I recently sketched the stones, see HERE, but have never drawn their Gorgie road stadium Tynecastle, until now.


As the club was formed in 1874 I am selling high quality giclee prints of this sketch for £18 each and limiting the number of prints to 74. Click HERE to order one of the seventy four.


  • Hearts Football Club website.


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