A nice little watercolour of leaves and foliage by the Glasgow artist Lynne Scobbie, a Fellow ot the Royal Scottish Academy. Signed lower left by the artist and in good condition in its original frame and mount.
Measures 15 cm wide by 15 cm deep (33 cm by 33 cm in its frame and mount).
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A gentle and very pleasing little watercolour of a woodland scene. Indistinctly signed, lower right, this work, which is quite old, is in good condition in its original frame and mount.
Measures 18.5 cm wide by 13.5 cm deep (43 cm by 38 cm in its mount and frame)
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A very nice little watercolour of Fast Castle, the 16th century fortress on the Firth of Forth by the well-listed Scottish artist George Aikman A.R.S.A. In good condition and signed lower right.
Measures 24 cm wide by 15 cm deep (40 cm by 32 cm in its frame`).
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An absolutely stunning Victorian watercolour showing a venerable and quite massive oak tree at East Linton, near Edinburgh. Two children and an old bent man can be seen in the foreground. Unsigned but obviously by the hand of an accomplished artist.This work is in good condition with no blemishes or fading.
Measures 48 cm wide by 35 cm deep (57 cm by 48 cm in its frame and mount).
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A typical lochside view on a summer’s day in Caithness by the Scottish artist Thora Clyne. In good condition in its original frame and mount and signed, lower right, by the artist.
Meadsures56 cm wide by 46cm deep (74 cm by 65 cm in its frame).
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A very old watercolour by the Scottish artist Finlay Mackinnon showing the shore of Loch Maree on the West Coast of Scotland and identifying a venerable tree which he calls “The Old Osprey Tree.” This work is in good condition and signed and dated 1903 by the artist. Verso on the actual artwork but now obscured by the framing are a few barely legible notes by the artist about the numbers of eggs laid in the nest in the late 1880’s.
Measures 25 cm wide by 35 cm deep (44 cm by 54 cm in its frame).
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A lovely little image of Craigcrook Loch, in Edinburgh, one of the original and historic sheets of water in the proximity of the city – an ancient loch described as “one of the seven eyes of old Dun Edin”. This work is titled “Craigcrook Pond” and dated “04” – presumably 1904- and appears to bear a signature – possibly “Wild”. In good condition.
Measures 21.5 cm wide by 32 cm deep (41 cm by 52 cm in its frame).
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A pleasing little watercolour of Bowling Village on the Forth And Clyde Canal near Glasgow by the Scottish artist J. G. Fullerton. Signed by the artist and in good condition.
Measures 25 cm wide by 16 cm deep (43 cm by 27 cm in its frame).
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Kilsyth, near Glasgow, in past times by the Scottish artist Alex Gibson. One image is of Tarnbrae, not far from the village, and the other shows the architecture of the old buildings in the hamlet itself. Both signed and titled by the artist and in good condition.
Each measures 33.5 cm wide by 23.5 cm deep (50 cm by 40 cm in its frame).
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A lovely little watercolour showing the historic Clackmannan Tower, home of the decendents of Robert the Bruce, in Clackmannanshire in Central Scotland. Signed lower left and bearing, lower right, a small faint dedication – ‘to Thomas Morton with W. Young’s best regards’. In good condition
Measures 24 cm wide by 16 cm deep (44 cm by 35 cm in its frame).
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