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One sculpture in silver and wood entitled ‘Facets of Scottish Landscape’. A cone of wood which widens to accommodate five silver plates in the shape of the bottom of shields. The smooth surface gives way on each of the five faces, to a stylised view of and aspect of Scottish landscape. The landscapes are executed in two and three-dimensional silver, terminating in a dome.

Museum of Edinburgh



Facets of Scottish Landscape




silver & wood


H 180 x W 70 x D 280 cm

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purchased with 50 per cent grant from Local Museum Purchase Fund, 1974

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Museum of Edinburgh

142–146 Canongate, Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH8 8DD Scotland

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