'Eilean Donan Castle', watercolour, 34 x 23 cm.
This beautiful castle stands at the confluence of three sea lochs on the west coast of Scotland. Begun in the early 13th Century, it was the stronghold of Clans Mackenzie and Macrae. The Mackenzie's involvement in the Jacobean uprising of 1745 led to the castle's destruction and it was restored only in the early 20th Century. It is shown here on a still summer's day above the water of the loch's inlet beside it.
The original painting was sold.