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Of volcanic origin, eroded by Pleistocene glaciation, these five mountains are part of the Rum Cuillin, an extension of the Cuillin on the neighbouring island of Skye. The peaks are popular with climbers and known as the Rum Cuillin Traverse. The view is east, across Glen Harris from a point near Loch Long. From left to right: Barkeval (591m), Hallival (723m), Askival (812m), Trallval (702m) and Ainshval (781m).
oil on canvas
119 x 182 cm
purchased as part of the Bullough Estate, 1957