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Photo credit: Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery

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This painting is a religious scene painted in glowing colours showing a male angel embracing a female figure. The work was illustrated in 'From Isles of the West to Bethlehem' by Grace Warrack, published in 1921. It was one of Traquair's most popular published works. A study for this work is on the back of the painting.

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery

Carlisle

Title

Reception

Date

c.1906

Medium

oil on panel

Measurements

H 24.2 x W 15.9 cm

Accession number

1949.125.43

Acquisition method

bequeathed by Emily and Gordon Bottomley, 1949

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

Painted by Phoebe Anna Traquair [P.A.T.] Home - in a white world The Property of Miss G H Warrack 2 St Margaret's Road Edinburgh

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Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery

Castle Street, Carlisle, Cumbria CA3 8TP England

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