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The Queer-Like Smell

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E. Barrett was an artist and also an employee in the Design department at the Nairn’s linoleum factory, a well-known Kirkcaldy firm. Here we see him capturing the skilled job of hand-printing. By the time this was painted machine printing had taken over, although some of older presses lingered on and were used to test the printing blocks. The man behind the printer is acting as an apprentice who in previous years would have been a young boy. These boys were known as

Kirkcaldy Galleries

Kirkcaldy


Date

1951

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 58.7 x W 75.6 cm

Accession number

KIRMG:2011.23

Acquisition method

unknown acquisition method

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

E. Barrett 1951


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