Linda Craig-Musé Gallery

Purveyor of Fine Arts

Scottish Landscapes and Portraits:

The Tarbet Hotel

Original: Oil on Canvas 28” x 22”
Reproduction: Unframed Print, Giclee on Canvas 28” x 22”
Price: $350.00 (U.S.) Plus Shipping (Shipping Weight: 27oz.)

Overview: The Tarbet Hotel is a 200 year old structure built in true Scottish Baronial style. Situated in Tarbet, Scotland, it has an impressive location on the northwestern shore of Loch Lomond. Once seen, this unique building is hard to forget.

This painting was done using artist's sketches, study photographs and archival photographs.

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View from Inchtavannach

Original: Oil on Canvas 16” x 20”
Reproduction: Unframed Print, Giclee on Canvas 16” x 20”
Price: $185.00 (U.S.) Plus Shipping (Shipping Weight: 15oz.)

Overview: Inchtavannach (Scottish Gaelic: Innis Taigh a’ Mhanaich) or Monk’s House, is one of the largest islands in Loch Lomond and faces the village of Aldochly. Bandry Bay separates the island from the mainland south of Luss. Inchtavannach is steep and well covered with natural oaks. The Mound of the Bell standing 282 feet is the highest point on the loch giving a clear overview. Once the site of a large monastery, it is thought to be the location where St. Kessog was killed.

This painting was done from photographic studies and archival photographs.

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The Village of Arrochar

Original: Oil on Canvas 18” x 24”
Reproduction: Unframed Print, Giclee on Canvas 18” x 24”
Price: $260.00 (U.S.) Plus Shipping (Shipping Weight: 24oz.)

Overview: Arrochar, (Scottich Gaelic: An t-Archar or An Tairbeart lar) is a village located near the head of Loch Long in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. For over 5 centuries this area was the feudal barony of Arrochar held by the chiefs of Clan Mac Farlane.

This painting was done from archival photographs, sketches and photographs.

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Kilchurn Castle

Original: Oil on Canvas 16” x 20”
Reproduction: Unframed Print, Giclee on Canvas 16” x 20”
Price: $185.00 (U.S.) Plus Shipping (Shipping Weight: 15oz.)

Overview: Kilchurn Castle is a 15th-17th Century ruin located on a rocky point jetting from the northeastern shore of Loch Awe in Argyll and Bute, Scotland. When water levels are high, Kilchurn Castle is surrounded by water sitting atop a temporary island. The castle is the ancestral home of the Campbells of Glenorchy, who became the Earls of Breadalbane.

Kilchurn Castle was built around 1450 by Sir Colin Campbell, first Lord of Glenorchy, and at that time was a single, five-story tower. Building continued thru the 16th and 17th Centuries expanding the fortress and covering more of the small island which at that time was accessed via a causeway. Toward the end of the 16th Century, the expansions were done under direction of the Clan MacGregor of Glenstrae, who were the appointed keepers of the site until the end of the 17th Century when the Campbells retook possession.

In 1760 Kilchurn Castle was badly damaged by lightening and abandoned.

This painting was done from artist's sketches, observations and photographic studies both current and archival.

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