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Battlefield Pinkie

© the artist. Photo credit: Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

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This painting depicts part of the English fortifications at Pinkie Battlefield, East Lothian, which were subsequently modified by Mary Queen of Scots in 1567 before she surrendered to the Scottish Lords.

This work forms the first of a series, some of which were exhibited in 1987 at the National Gallery of Modern Art during the Festival Exhibition, 'The Vigorous Imagination'. Many of Braham's works explore the conflict between man and nature and good and evil.

Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

Edinburgh


Date

1987

Medium

oil on board

Measurements

H 170 x W 380 cm (E)

Accession number

PCF89

Acquisition method

purchased

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

S& D


Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh

9 Queen Street, Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH2 1JQ Scotland

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