Eddleston

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The view looking east up Old Manse Road, towards the parish church. The bridge crosses the Eddleston Water. The direct view is now partly closed by the modern link between the smithy of 1862 to the left and the building to the right, all now part of The Horseshoe Inn. Eddleston village is near to Temple where Gillies moved in 1939 and it regularly featured in his paintings thereafter.

Royal Scottish Academy of Art & Architecture

Edinburgh

Title

Eddleston

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 76.5 x W 101.8 cm

Accession number

G.1991.587

Acquisition method

William G. Gillies Bequest, 1973

Work type

Painting

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