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Winter Seeding Hillside

© the artist's estate. Photo credit: National Galleries of Scotland

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‘Winter Seeding Hillside’ is an example of Reynolds’ painterly style of the 1950s. The landscape is composed of expressionistic, bold brush strokes of

National Galleries of Scotland, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art


Winter Seeding Hillside




oil on hardboard


H 76.5 x W 101.5 cm

Accession number

GMA 2921

Acquisition method

presented anonymously in memory of William Johnstone, 1984

Work type


Inscription description

Inscribed very faintly on reverse of board at top: "WINTER SEEDING HILLSIDE 53 NO 105" (the number 105 being surrounded by a circle)


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