The beautiful village of Little Missenden lies peacefully tucked away in the Chiltern Hills west of London.  In 1827, in a house next to the churchyard, lived Rev. Jabez Withers.  He would often work late into the night writing his sermon which he would thunder from the pulpit on Sunday morning.  One Christmas Eve the light went out as Withers wrote his lat.  Yet it is said that a light still shines from this now empty house late into a winter’s night.

Date:  2002

Medium:  Ink/Pastel/Charcoal – 12” x 8” Print

Price:  £28.00 within UK plus £3.00 shipping

Price:  $45.00 outside UK plus $15.00 shipping

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A portion of all Eddie Brazil's work sold will go to the Chiltern Society for Psychical Research (www.cspr.org.uk).


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