The Little Cumbrae from Corrie, Arran by Robert Greenlees (1820-1894).
Robert Greenlees (1820-1894) was appointed Headmaster of Glasgow School of Art in 1863. He worked with stained glass and later took up landscape painting. He was one a founder of what became the Royal Society of Watercolour Painters in Scotland, an early member of the West of Scotland Academy and was President of the Glasgow Art Club in 1882-1883.
Reproduced with the permission of Glasgow City Council, Glasgow Museums
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