Scottish Oil of a Lady
An original oil on canvas by John Patrick Downie (1871-1945) in its original frame under original glass. In Scotland oils, at this time, always were put under glass because they burned coal in their fireplaces; the glass is to keep the oil surface clean.
Downie was a prominent painter, winning the gold metal at the Paris Salon in 1901. His technique is superb and his talent clearly is displayed on this canvas.
He exhibited at the RA, RSA, RSW, RI, GI & AAS.
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