A View Of The Village (Kilbarchan) by William Birnie (1929-2007)

A lovely little oil on board entitled “A View Of The Village” by the fine Scottish artist William Birnie. Inscribed and labelled verso, this work is in good condition and has recently been reframed. It would seem that the village in question is Kilbarchan in Renfrewshire where Birnie lived.
Measures 43 cm wide by 29 cm deep (64 cm by 50 cm in its frame.

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Winter Morning by Pat Semple (1994)

A small abstract landscape entitled “Winter Morning” by the Ross-shire-based contemporary artist Pat Semple.  Signed lower left and in good condition  in its original frame.  This work bears a label, verso, indicating that it was exhibited in 1994 at the Scottish  Gallery in Edinburgh in  a joint show by Semple and her late  husband, the artist and teacher Derek Clarke, entitled “Two Artists – One Place”.

Measures 18 cm wide by 15 cm deep (31 cm by 25 cm in its frame).

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Newcastleton From The Pollach by Dr Rufus Evans (exh.1904-40)

An extensive landscape in watercolour wash entitled  “Newcastleton from the Pollach”, in Roxburghshire in the Scottish Borders, by the artist Dr. Rufus Evans who showed in the first half of the last century. Signed and titled in the margin. In good condition in its original frame and mount.

Measures 21cm wide by 18.5 cm deep (38 cm by 30 in its frame).

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