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Dumfries and Galloway

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Dumfries and Galloway

Dumfries and Galloway

 

Area of South West Scotland served by Dumfries and Galloway Council. Formerly Dumfriesshire, Wigtownshire and Stewartry of Kirkcudbright.


Travel Directions: Located in the South West of Scotland, Dumfries and Galloway is accessed by the main routes of the M74 and A75 as well as being on the West Coast Line for rail transport.

 

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Art Works and Artists

A Galloway Crofter
By:  Cumming

The First Break in the Family
By: Thomas Faed

Old Mare Maggie
By: John Faed

On a Galloway Moor
By: James Faed (Jnr)

Moorland
By: James Faed (Jnr)

Two Calves
By: David Gauld

A Galloway Farm
By: David Gauld

Summer in Galloway
By: David Gauld

The Old Willow
By: A J Hastings

The Druids Bringing in the Mistletoe
By: George Henry

The Druids Bringing in the Mistletoe
By: Edward Atkinson Hornel

In Galloway
By: Edward Atkinson Hornel

By the Summerhouse
By: Edward Atkinson Hornel

The Brownie of Blednoch
By: Edward Atkinson Hornel

Loreley
By: Oskar Kokoschka

Wild Hyacinths
By: William Stewart MacGeorge

A Galloway Peat Moss
By: William Stewart MacGeorge

A Galloway Landscape
By: Bessie MacNicol

Landscape with Animals
By: John Maxwell

Evening Landscape
By: John Maxwell

Galloway Hillside
By: John Campbell Mitchell

Kirkcudbrightshire Landscape
By: William Mouncey

Children and Goats in a Galloway Wood
By: William Mouncey

Untitled
By: William Mouncey

Untitled
By: William Mouncey

The White House
By: William Mouncey

Untitled
By: William Mouncey

Untitled
By: William Mouncey

Carting Timber
By: William Mouncey

Autumn in Galloway
By: William Mouncey

In A Galloway Wood
By: William Mouncey

Spring Landscape, Galloway
By: Charles Oppenheimer

The Estuary
By: James Paterson

Galloway Harvest
By: William Robson

Galloway Hillside
By: William Robson

A Solway Farm
By: Alick Riddell Sturrock

The Leaning Tree
By: Ernest Archibald Taylor

Galloway Farm
By: Ernest Archibald Taylor

Harvesting in Galloway
By: Adam Bruce Thomson

Derelict Harbour
By: Murray Macpherson Tod

The Smithy at the Cross Roads
By: Edward Arthur Walton

The Amber Pool
By: Edward Arthur Walton

Moorland Road
By: Archibald (Archie) Sutter Watt

Roadside Fields
By: Archibald (Archie) Sutter Watt

Source of the Clyde
By: Jemima Wedderburn

Galloway Landscape
By: Cyril Wilson

A Galloway Moor
By: George Wright