Fife Harvest

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Marian Leven’s work focuses largely on Scottish landscapes and seascapes. This work demonstrates Leven’s passion for the Scottish landscape and her interest in the elements and weather. The energy of the scene is captured by the bold brush strokes and use of colour, creating wonderful texture and movement. This impressionistic style was very common in her work of this period and differs from her more abstract later work.

Leven often works with her husband, artist Will Maclean. She has exhibited in over forty solo and group shows and won the Nobel Grossart first prize in 1907.

Maggie's Dundee


Fife Harvest




acrylic on paper


H 8 x W 8 cm

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bequeathed by Neil Livingston, 2010

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