An exhibition celebrating Scottish artist Sir William Gillies (1898-1973) and his colourful depictions of Scotland’s rural landscape.
The display showcases a rich selection of oil and watercolour paintings in the Archives, Gallery & Museums’ collection which depict rolling countryside, trees and coastal scenes. Gillies was a lover of nature; his oil paintings were created in his studio but he was never happier than when outdoors with his watercolour palette capturing the beauty of Scotland’s countryside.
Curated by Shona Elliott, Lead Curator
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