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  • Pettycur HarbourPettycur Harbour Quick View
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    • Pettycur Harbour

    • £295.00
    • Pettycur Harbour by John Davie. Capturing the timeless charm of Pettycur Bay's old harbour in Fife, this watercolour depicts a tranquil scene at low tide. Beached pleasure boats rest on the glistening wet sand, remnants of an era when ferries from Leith would disembark, linking distant shores across the Firth of Forth. The delicate strokes and soft hues evoke a…
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  • West Shore, PittenweemWest Shore, Pittenweem Quick View
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    • West Shore, Pittenweem

    • £350.00
    • West Shore, Pittenweem by John Davie. John Davie's watercolour captures the serene beauty of Pittenweem's West Shore in Fife. The tranquil bay reflects a perfect stillness, mirroring the clear sky above. The distant silhouette of the Isle of May on the horizon adds a touch of mystery to the peaceful scene, creating a harmonious composition of calm waters and distant…
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  • Dervaig, MullDervaig, Mull Quick View
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    • Dervaig, Mull

    • £350.00
    • Dervaig, Mull by John Davie. In John Davie's watercolour, Dervaig village sits serenely at Loch a'Chumhainn's edge. Amidst lush greenery, Kilmore Church's pencil-like tower rises, a striking focal point. The tranquil scene evokes the village's charm, with the tower standing out, a unique touch against the picturesque backdrop.
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  • Stonehaven HarbourStonehaven Harbour Quick View
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    • Stonehaven Harbour

    • £350.00
    • Stonehaven Harbour by John Davie. In John Davie's watercolour, Stonehaven's coastal harbour unveils the central pier and robust concrete banking, a testament to Robert Stevenson's 1825 construction. Recreational boats rest idly on the exposed seabed, embodying a tranquil scene juxtaposed against the industrial history of maritime engineering.
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  • Lift Me UpLift Me Up Quick View
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    • Lift Me Up

    • £395.00
    • Lift Me Up by Louise Turnbull Louise Turnbull's painting captures a sandy beach near Leven, Scotland, with rolling waves crashing onto the shore. Dark clouds brood ominously behind, while the tide recedes, revealing wet sand glistening under the moody sky, evoking a sense of raw, natural beauty.
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  • Derelict Cottage, near BoarhillsDerelict Cottage, near Boarhills Quick View
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    • Derelict Cottage, near Boarhills

    • £485.00
    • Derelict Cottage  near Boarhills by Jem Bowden. Jem Bowden's watercolour painting captures the essence of the derelict fisherman's cottage at Boarhills beach. With skilled brushstrokes, Bowden depicts the worn and weathered structure, once bustling with potato exports during the 19th century. The cottage stands prominently against a backdrop of rolling green farmland, its walls telling stories of a bygone era.…
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  • In Full BloomIn Full Bloom Quick View
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    • In Full Bloom

    • £500.00
    • In Full Bloom by Jessica Oliver. Jessica Oliver's oil painting captures the vibrancy of summer in a wildflower field. Bold brushstrokes depict the riotous colors of blooming flowers, while insects dance among them. Each stroke is a testament to Oliver's confidence, creating a scene alive with the energy of the season in just a few masterful gestures.
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  • Towards Isle of May from Castle Rock, KilminningTowards Isle of May from Castle Rock, Kilminning Quick View
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    • Towards Isle of May from Castle Rock, Kilminning

    • £525.00
    • Towards the Isle of May from Castle Rock, Kilminning by Jem Bowden. Jem Bowden's watercolour painting captures the captivating beauty of Kilminning near Crail with remarkable precision. The artwork portrays a magnificent promontory of rock that boldly extends into the Firth of Forth, offering a commanding presence in the composition. In the distance, the ethereal Isle of May gracefully emerges…
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