Sheila Macmillan (1928-2018) - 2006 Oil, Near Residence De L'Oru
DescriptionA vibrant and dynamic landscape in oil, worked with a dry brush. The scene shows a gestural landscape in sunset hues. Signed one month after her death by Fiona Taylor and presumably from her estate. There is a sticker on the back with her married name and address. Well presented in a contemporary silvered frame with car mount. On heavy wove.
In fine condition.
22 x 30cm (8.7" x 11.8")
MacMILLAN Sheila Painter, born in Glasgow, who after attending Glasgow University became a qualified teacher. Later she studied painting with her uncle Ian Macnab and began to exhibit during the 1970’s. She is a member of the SSA and has exhibited with them and at the RGI and RSA. She has also exhibited at the SSWA where she was awarded the Anne Redpath and Lily McDougall Awards. She has exhibited also at the Kingfisher Gallery, Edinburgh, the Macaulay Gallery, East Lothian, the Ancrum Gallery, Roxburgh and at the Atholl Gallery in Dunkeld. Her work is in the Collins Gallery, Strathclyde University collection.
|Artist||Sheila Macmillan (1928-2018)|
|Dimensions||22 x 30cm|
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