'Through the Arches at Cullen' watercolour, 25 x 17 cm.
The view through the arches over Seafield Street of the beach at Cullen on the Moray Firth Coast in north-east Scotland. The famous 'Three Kings' rock formation can be seen on the beach, and the tops of the roofs of the houses in the old village just rise into view below them. The arches, a prominent feature of Cullen, were built to carry the Great North of Scotland Railway in 1898. The railway closed in 1968 and the viaducts now carry a very scenic walk!
The painting was sold.