The Old Man of Storr, Skye, by James Macintyre

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A distant view of the Old Man of Storr on the Trotternish Peninsula on the Isle of Skye – by the Scottish artist James Macintyre. Here  the distinctive rock formation is seen from the old Baragill Bridge, near Portree. In good condition, remounted in its original frame, and pencil-signed by the artist.

Measures 32 cm wide by 20 cm deep (54.5 cm by 41.5 cm in its frame.)

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Duntulm Castle, Skye by James Macintyre

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An extensive landscape showing the ruin of Duntulm Castle, the 17th century seat of the chiefs of the Clan MacDonald, on the north coast of Trotternish  near the hamlet of Duntulm on the Isle of Skye. Etching by the Scottish artist James Macintyre. In good condition, remounted in its original frame, signed in pencil by the artist.

Measures 32 cm wide by 20 cm deep (54.5 cm by 41.5 cm in its frame and mount.)

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The Colleoni Monument, Venice by William Renison (1929)

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A super etching by the  Scottish artist William Renison  depicting the  equestrian monument to Bartolomeo Colleoni in Venice. Signed in pencil and in good condition in is original frame. The  395 cm high (excluding pedestal) Renaissance sculpture, in Campo Santi Giovanni e Paolo, was executed by Andrea del Verrocchio in 1480-1488. It portrays the condottiero Bartolomeo Colleoni (who served for a long time under the Republic of Venice), and is the second major equestrian monument of Italian Renaissance, after Donatello‘s Equestrian statue of Gattamelata (1453).

Measures 40 cm wide by 35.5cm deep (66.6 cm by 61.5 cm in its frame).

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