Battle of Dunsinane – Macbeth and Banquo

We were thrilled when previous clients approached us to work with them on a project for their new home. They had moved to an area near Dunsinane Hill in Perthshire and wanted a tile mural befitting the locality.

Having fallen in love with the painting John Martin made around 1820 of Macbeth and Banquo’s meeting with the three witches from the Shakespeare play they felt inspired to pick the image as the subject matter for a tiled mural in their new kitchen

The original oil painting is held by the National Gallery of Scotland and depicts the shock of Macbeth and Banquo as returning home from battle, they meet the supernatural figures of the witches in a startling encounter surrounded by an epic Scottish landscape. Once permission to reproduce the painting had been obtained we set to work on the many preparatory plans and drawings required to carefully translate the image for painting onto tiles.


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Formats used in this commission:
152x152x6mm white tiles.

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All our panels are hand painted to order, so they can be adapted to fit a variety of situations. You can choose any of the murals and panels illustrated, which we can adjust or adapt to fit the space that you want to tile.

Alternatively, you can commission us to paint a mural in the subject of your choice. We can work from photographs and pictorial information to create a mural combining as many elements as you want. To order, simply follow the instructions below or just call us on 01608 658993 to discuss your requirements.

  1. Choose the subject for your mural, either from the Mural Collection or from your own imagination!
  2. Measure the area to be tiled. Send this information to us, together with any visual information that may be relevant. Please use the order form or email us at
  3. We will send you samples of recommended base tiles for your mural.
  4. When you have chosen your base tiles, we will provide you with a quotation for the tiles, decoration and carriage costs.
  5. On receipt of your deposit, we will send you a scale drawing for your approval. Adjustments can then be made to the composition of your mural if need be.
  6. After you have fully approved the composition, we will paint and fire your mural . If you cannot collect, we will send it to you by overnight insured delivery. The mural is supplied numbered (with removable sticky labels) and accompanied by a plan and full instructions for your tiler. Delivery is usually within 6 weeks from the date of order.