Ben More from Killin Junction

Made:
1930, about
maker:
London Midland & Scottish Railway Company
and
Norman Wilkinson

Painting, oil on canvas, Ben More from Killin Junction by Norman Wilkinson, about 1930. Depicts the view looking down on the Glasgow to Oban railway line, with a London, Midland & Scottish Railway train crossing the valley, leaving a trail of smoke from the steam locomotive. In the background are mountains, including Ben More, and in the foreground grazing sheep. At right is a river, probably the Dochart. Signed by the artist at bottom right. Original artwork for London Midland & Scottish Railway poster. Framed.

Details

Category:
Pictorial Collection (Railway)
Object Number:
1976-9320
Materials:
canvas, oil paint
Measurements:
frame: 893 mm x 1265 mm x 32 mm,
image: 750 mm x 1133 mm
type:
poster artwork

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