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The portrait of Sir George Bullough’s father, John, is displayed over the fireplace in the Dining Room of Kinloch Castle.
Born in Limerick, Eire, the artist St George Hare was the son of a dentist from Ipswich, Suffolk. He began showing both watercolours and oils in his early 20s, and in 1884 his work was first exhibited at the Royal Academy. This portrait, painted when he would have been in his mid-20s, is one of his earlier works.
oil on canvas
H 132 x W 109 cm
purchased as part of the Bullough Estate, 1957
HARE [or possibly HHRE]