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This large oil depicts one of the best-known locations on the Scottish tourist trail. Glencoe is acknowledged as Horatio McCulloch's masterpiece, and is often hailed as the most memorable and most archetypal of all Scottish landscape paintings of the Victorian era. Scotland and her romantic past were celebrated in pictures such as this as well as in the literature of Sir Walter Scott.
oil on canvas
H 110.5 x W 182.9 cm
bequeathed by Mrs Janet Rodger, 1901