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Thomas Hutchinson Peddie painting

Hunting scene painting

Large painting by Tom Hutchinson Peddie depicting depicting a hunting scene: James VI of Scotland, the future James I of Great Britain, falcon hunt near Perth, 1580.

Period 1942Height 34 ¹/₄ inWidth 53 ⁵/₃₂ in Categories , Tags ,


Metal artist label mounted to frame

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Biographical highlights: Around 1930 Thomas Hutchinson Peddie returned to Scotland to pursue his work as a painter and muralist, settling at 22 King Street, Perth, and later at 3A Charlotte Street, Perth. Some of the works for which Peddie became best known are the murals in the Masonic Lodge at Atholl Crescent, Perth, the murals on “The Queen Mary,” and the mural of the entrance of Mary Queen of Scots to Aberdeen in the dining room of the renovated Douglas Hotel, Aberdeen, painted in 1937. He was also commissioned for ten paintings for the dining room of the Gordon Hotel, Kingussie, Invernesshire, which he completed between 1936 and 1938. Three of his other paintings are owned by the Council of Perth and Kinross.

Technical Details

Materials canvas, woodTecnica Oil on canvasPeriod 1942Creatore Thomas Hutchinson PeddieOrigin private collectionConditions good condition
Height 34 ¹/₄ inWidth 53 ⁵/₃₂ in

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