Steam Trawler 'Ben Macdhui'

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The Scarborough-born artist Alexander Harwood, moved to Aberdeen in 1901 and worked as a fish porter for most of his life. He was a prolific artist and painted hundreds of portraits of Aberdeen trawlers.

Aberdeen Maritime Museum


Steam Trawler 'Ben Macdhui'




oil on board


H 25.5 x W 35.5 cm

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Acquisition method

purchased, 2008

Work type


Inscription description

"A Harwood 1903"

Aberdeen Maritime Museum

Shiprow, Aberdeen AB11 5BY Scotland

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