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William Pratt was a prolific artist, painting a very wide variety of subjects. He was from Glasgow but spent several years in Crail. For two years (1892–1894) he devoted himself to painting the sea and erected a studio on the shore at Kilminning, Crail. He was a master at painting figures and was awarded a bronze medal for his painting, 'The Old Covenanter', in the jurors awards of the Edinburgh Exhibition in 1886.
oil on canvas
138.5 x 113 cm
donated, 1975; on loan to the Town Hall
Crail Museum & Heritage Centre
62/64 Marketgate, Crail, Fife KY10 3TL ScotlandView venue
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