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Three Figures on Headland

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Charles McAuley was born in Gruig, Glenann, County Antrim, Northern Ireland. From an early age he painted the rural scenes that surrounded him. His talent was recognised by James H. Craig at a local Glens Feis, who encouraged and influenced his work.

Ballycastle Museum



oil on canvas


H 26.2 x W 34.6 cm

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Ballycastle Museum

59 Castle Street, Ballycastle, County Antrim BT54 6AS Northern Ireland

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