Archive of sold paintings

Aberdeen Harbour (3)
A quiet morning in Aberdeen harbour, with oil supply boats moored alongside.

Oils on hardboard 24 x 24 inches

Sold from exhibition at Catterline early 2008
Girl Pat
The Fraserburgh dual purpose boat "Girl Pat", rigged for herring fishing, passing the Bressay Light on her way into Lerwick harbour
St. Clair III Bressay
The MV "St. Clair", the third ship to bear the name for the North of Scotland, Orkney and Shetland Shipping Company, leaves Lerwick in heavy seas, on her regular run to Aberdeen. She was the last of the sideloaders, and would be replaced, in the mid 1970's, by the first ro-ro ferry
Aldebaran
The wooden Danish trawler "Aldebaran", from Thyborøn, in fresh weather off Sumburgh Head
Lower Voe
The scene looking up from the pier at Lower Voe, in Shetland's north mainland
Swan
The ketch-rigged converted old fifie-built drifter "Swan", sailing south of her home port of Lerwick
Fitful Head
9pm on a midsummer evening, viewed from the ferry "Hjaltland", the headlands of Sumburgh and Fitful, split by a sunbeam
Ireland Bigton
A Shetland Yoal drawn up on the beach at Ireland, Bigton, Shetland
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