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Still Life – Urn of Flowers

Photo credit: Kinloch Castle, Rum (NatureScot)

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This oil on a single wood panel is mounted in a simple, white painted frame. In an interview shortly before her death in 1967, Lady Bullough recalled the work as having originated, along with the painting 'Vase of Flowers and Three Putti', from the sale of contents from seventeenth-century Wandsworth Manor House, St John’s Hill, London in the 1890s. Both paintings were displayed in Lady Bullough’s bedroom at Kinloch Castle.

Kinloch Castle, Rum (NatureScot)

Isle of Rum


Date

19th C

Medium

oil on panel

Measurements

H 77 x W 93 cm

Accession number

4735

Acquisition method

purchased as part of the Bullough Estate, 1957

Work type

Painting


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Kinloch Castle, Rum (NatureScot)

Isle of Rum, Highland PH43 4RR Scotland

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