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Torrs Point and Cliff by Malcolm MacLachlan Harper

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Torrs Point and Cliff

Artist: Malcolm MacLachlan Harper
Title: Torrs Point and Cliff
Date: Not Known
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description: 69.4 by 90.7 cm


Gallery: Stewartry Museum, Kirkcudbright
Location: Kirkcudbright


All Art Works by this Artist

Torrs Point and Cliff

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Causwayend, Carlingwark

Autumn in the Dee Valley

About the Artist

Artist: Malcolm MacLachlan Harper
Date of Birth: 1839
Date of Death: 1914
Place of Death:
Floreat: 1888-1908

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Exhibited at Royal Scottish Academy from Castle Douglas, 1888-1908.


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Exhibited At:
Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Glasgow institute of Fine Art.


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Bibliography:

Sons of the South: Malcolm McLachlan Harper, H M B Reid, The Gallovidian, No 16, Volume 4, 1902.

 

Image of the artist, portrait of M McL Harper by W S MacGeorge reproduced in Rambles in Galloway.  The original portrait is in the Gracefield Collection, Dumfries. 


Notes:

Better known as the author of Rambles in Galloway, first published in 1876, illustrated by many local artists.  It includes, as a frontispiece in the later editions, a fine portrait of Harper by W S MacGeorge.  (Portrait in Gracefield Arts Centre, Dumfries) Exhibited at Kirkcudbright Fine Art Association 1886. (Stewartry Museum file).

 

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