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Sledging in the Howe in the 1940s

© the artist. Photo credit: Grampian Hospitals Art Trust

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Grampian Hospitals Art Trust


oil on board


H 52.5 x W 68 cm

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Acquisition method

acquired from the artist, 1999

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Inscription description

1. 'w j connon' 2. 'Study for Sledging in the Howe in the 40s (Claes poles used for sledging)' 3. label: Noble Grossart painting Prize in association with Scotland on Sunday. W. J. Connon, 8 Fonthill Road, Aberdeen, AB11 6UB. 01224 591434'

Grampian Hospitals Art Trust

Grampian Hospitals Art Trust, The Art Office, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Foresterhill, Aberdeen AB25 2ZN Scotland

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