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Scottish Watercolour Paintings

Flanders Moss, Stirlingshire by Tom Shanks

An extensive landscape in watercolour or inks by Tom Shanks, signed in pencil by the artist and bearing a label, verso, with title and original price. In good condition in its original frame.

Measures 17 cm wide by 8.5 cm deep (27 cm by 20 in its frame).

 

 

 

 

£120

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Scottish Watercolour Paintings

Sandy Bay, Iona by Tom Shanks

A super little watercolour by Tom Shanks entitled “Sandy Bay, Iona”.  The artist, who died in June 2020, noted, verso, that it was painted on the machar on the only good day out off five in 1994. Signed and titled in pencil, lower left.

Measures 13 cm wide by 8 cm deep (30.5 cm by 23.5 cm in its frame).

£250

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Scottish Watercolour Paintings

Blue Yacht, Ardfern by Tom Shanks

A very nice little watercolour by Tom Shanks.  Signed in pencil and titled  “Blue Yacht, Ardfern”, lower right by the artist, this work is in good condition in its original frame.

Measures 16.5 cm wide by8.5 cm deep (37 cm by 30 m in its frame).

£150

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Scottish Watercolour Paintings

The Campsie Hills by Tom Shanks

A  lovely extensive landscape by the late Tom Shanks who died in June this year. at the age of 99. Signed and titled “The Campsie Hills” in pencil by the artist, this work is in good condition in its original frame and mount.

Measures 19.5 cm wide by 14 m deep (34.5 cm by 29 cm in its frame).

£250

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Scottish Oil Paintings

A Bowl Of Cherries by Rosaleen Orr (1935-2015)

A little still-life in oils by the Glasgow artist Rosaleen Orr showing a bowl of cherries on a bed of  leaves.  Signed lower right and in good condition  in its original frame. Painted on board, it bears a label, verso, for the Studio Artists Gallery.

Measures 16 cm wide by 11.5 cm deep (34.5 cm by 29 m in its frame).

 

£200

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Scottish Oil Paintings SOLD

Sunset On The Firth Of Forth by T.B. Smith (Active 1918-1937)

A little oil on panel showing a rowing boat in the foreground with yachts behind, on the Firth of Forth in Scotland. Titled, in pencil,  verso,  “Sunset On The Flats, The Firth of Forth”, this work is signed by the artist T.B. Smith.  In good condition.

Measures 29 cm wide by 19.5 cm deep (42 cm by 32 cm in its frame).

£Xxx

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Scottish Oil Paintings

A Fishing Boat In A Highland Landscape – Indistinctly Signed

A bright and cheerful little oil on paper showing a fishing boat with a crofting. township behind. In good condition and bearing an indistinct signature lower right.

Measures 16.5 cm wide by 22 cm deep (35 cm by 32.5 cm in its frame).

£150

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Scottish Watercolour Paintings

An Extensive Landscape by Alan Ian Ronald (1899-1967)

Signed and. dated 1925 by the Scottish listed artist Alan Ian Ronald RSW, this is a. fine watercolour of a wooded landscape with farm buildings in the distance.

In good condition in its original frame and mount, this work measures 38 cm wide by 28 cm deep (62 cm by 52 cm in its frame).

£250

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Scottish Artists Scottish Mixed Media

Cottage Chick by Lindsay Keir (Contemporary)

An absolutely delightful work in mixed media with collage, titled “Cottage Chick”  by the Kilbarchan-born artist Lindsay Keir.  Her signature, lower right, is partially obscured by the mount which is in fine condition as is the original frame The works is stamped, verso, and comes with a label signed and titled by the artist.

Measures 15 cm wide buy. 15nm deep (36cm by 38 cm in its frame).

 

£250

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Bill Shannon Scottish Artists Various Other Scottish Artworks

“Take The Second Tuesday On The Left” – Pink Neon Light – by Bill Shannon

A close friend said this to me in conversation a few weeks before he died with dementia. I didn’t really understand then what he was trying to say – and I still wonder about it. Was the context geographical or temporal? What was he on about in his confused ramblings? And then it occurred to me that, ironically, my friend was being quite prescient. His funeral was a few days before the country closed down due to Covid-19 and it seemed to me that, since then, the whole world has lost much of its sense of time and place. So, “take the second Tuesday on the left” . Who knows where you might end up and what you might find there?

Measures 1 metre wide by .5 metre deep.

£2000