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Edwards considers himself more of a figure painter than a portrait painter. He aims not just for a likeness of the person but in this case a painting of what the man and his poetry meant to him personally. He has painted Maclean out in the landscape that is so central to his poetry.
oil on canvas
225 x 165 cm
on loan from Urras Shomhairle (The Sorley Maclean Trust)
Sabhal Mòr Ostaig
Arainn Chaluim Chille, Highland IV44 8RQ ScotlandView venue
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