Another vibrant and expressive watercolour by the Scottish artist Donald Bain showing a tree in the foreground and a church and houses in the distance. Signed lower right and in good condition in its original frame.
Measures 19 cm wide by 26 cm deep (30 cm by 40 cm in its frame and mount).
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A nice watercolur showing the falls of Dochart at Killin in the Trossachs and Loch Lomond National Park in Central Scotland. This work is signed and in good condition, in its original frame and mount.
Measures 47 cm wide by 37 cm deep (6 cm by 57 cm in its frame)
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The Scottish artist Peter Grahame (1836-1921) produced this lovely image of J. M. Barry’s Peter Pan, after the sculpture by Sir George Frampton in London’s Kensington Gardens, commissioned in 1902 and erected in 1912. Signed in pencil this work is in good condition.
Measures 16.5 cm high by 22 cm deep (31.5 cm by 41.5 cm in its frame and mount).
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A super little 18th century pencil drawing of a thatched cottage in a rural setting. Unsigned. In its original frame and mount. Condition generally good bearing in mind its obvious age but with some slight yellowing at edges of mount, which could be replaced.
Measures 16.5 cm wide by 11 cm deep (33.5 cm by 29 cm in its frame and mount).
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A pair of blue boats – brother and sister – Natalie and Ocean Hunter, in Troon Harbour in Ayrshire, Scotland. This oil on canvas isin good condition, painted in 2016.
Measures 37 cm wide by 37 mdep (55 cm by 55 cm in its frame).
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A lovely little etching by the English artist Eliab. G. Earthrowl showing a wide view of Ely Cathedral, in Cambridgeshire. Signed and titled in pencil by the artist and in good condition, remounted in its original frame.
Measures 31.5 cm aide by 24 cm deep (52.5 cm by 42.5 cm in its frame and mount.)
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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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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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A lovely little pastel showing by the Edinburgh-born artist Sholto Johnstone Douglas showing the figure of a man walking his dog in the countryside. In good condition and, although unsigned, bearing a label, verso, for Cyril Gerber Fine Art in Glasgow.
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A vibrant little impressionist oil on canvas by the Scottish artist John Brown Abercromby showing some of the spires of the city of Edinburgh. Unsigned, it is in good condition in its original frame.
Measures 13.5 cm wide by 22.5 cm deep (27 cm by 35.5 cm in its frame.)
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