Eoligarry VI

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Isle of Barra landscape with flowers in the foreground and sky and hills in the distance. The painting is impressionistic in style.

Perpetua Pope was born in Solihull, Warwickshire. She studied at Edinburgh College of Art and taught at Moray House College of Education. The artist has painted in the west of Scotland and Barra every summer since the 1970s.

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Eoligarry VI




oil on canvas


H 92.8 x W 105.2 cm

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purchased from the Scottish Gallery, 1978

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Perpetua Pope


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