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September Sunlight

© the artist's estate. Photo credit: University of Edinburgh

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Scene of a girl in a red dress sitting on a bench in front of a window. She sits on a blue cloth that matches the colour of the windowsill and the pot filled with white and orange flowers standing upon it. The girl holds her right hand on the windowsill, her body parallel to the picture plane, but her face confronts the spectator. Sunlight pours into the interior from the window.

University of Edinburgh

George Square




oil on canvas


H 150 x W 106 cm

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presented by the University of Aberdeen, 1983

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Dorothy Johnstone Sept. 1916


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University of Edinburgh

George Square, Edinburgh EH8 9LJ Scotland

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