Image credit: Maggie's Fife

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Grosvenor was born in Sydney, Australia but later moved to Britain where he began painting. He eventually settled in Glasgow where he was associated with The Glasgow Boys. He is primarily known for his landscapes, painted in both oils and watercolour. He exhibited widely including at the Royal Academy and the Royal Scottish Academy. This painting is very typical of The Glasgow Boys style. It is a typically rural scene that represents the popular themes of the period such as naturalism and realism.

Maggie's Fife





oil on canvas


H 35.5 x W 38.3 cm

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donated by Neil Livingston

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Victoria Hospital, Hayfield Road, Kirkcaldy, Fife KY2 5AH Scotland

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