This decorative rural watercolor of a Scottish landscape dates to the first third of the 20th century, to June 29th 1934. This enchanting, atmospheric watercolor painting depicts the village of Dalmally in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. The church that can be seen in the distance is Glenorchy Parish Church; it was constructed in 1811 in the Gothic revival style and features a rare octagonal plan. The painting gives a wonderful sense of scale with the large mountains towering majestically over the tiny village. The autumnal palette is particularly pleasing, one can almost smell the heather. The watercolor is housed behind old bubbled glass in its original very attractive gilt gesso frame.
Measuring: Frame width 15.25 inch (38.5 cm) by height 10.5 inch (26.5 cm). Frame depth 0.5 inch (1 cm). Aperture width 14 1/8 inch (36 cm) by height 9.5 inch (24 cm).
Condition. Good with minor undulation to the thick watercolor paper and some foxing to the sky area. A few minor signs of old wear and old touch ups to the corners of the frame. We will add a new wire for hanging.
The watercolour has a wonderfully artistic look, it will display excellently in any home.
Shipping. This textile will be shipped for FREE via express 2 day courier to mainland USA, Canada and mainland Europe only, other countries would need to inquire. Please note that we do not cover any import duties, fess or taxes.
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