The Banks of Loch Lomond
Robert Watson (1855-1920).
The painting - which depicts a herd of Highland cattle watering in the Highlands of Scotland - is signed by the artist and dated 1902. It hangs in a newly commissioned gold metal leaf frame of fine quality.
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Robert Watson was the son of the Victorian landscape painter William Watson (1809-1871), and the brother of fellow artists Charles Watson (1857-1923) and William Watson Jnr (1847-1921). The favourite subject of all three sons was Scottish highland views, especially those featuring native longhorn cattle. Between 1890 and 1920, Robert Watson exhibited in Glasgow and Liverpool, and today his Scottish landscapes can be found in the collections of numerous UK museums and galleries.
Dimensions: (framed) 69cm x 94cm (27” x 37”)
Dimensions: (canvas only) 51cm x 76cm (20” x 30”)
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Provenance: Private UK collection.
Presentation: Newly commissioned bespoke gold metal leaf frame. All of the new frames we commission are especially made for us to order by one of the UK’s top period frame makers.
Condition: Excellent. Newly professionally cleaned, restored, and re-varnished. Ready to hang.