Paddling
Born in Edinburgh, Marshall Brown studied at the city’s Royal Institute and the RSA’s Life School. He spent time in London and painted in the Netherlands and France but became recognised for his figurative work in Scottish landscape settings. Marshall Brown was also made a Member of the Royal Scottish Watercolour Society in 1929.
Although he ranged widely across Scotland he, like the ‘Glasgow Boys’, found Cockburnspath a useful base and kept a studio there from which he executed some of his best work. Many of his works are large, exhibiting broad and rapid brushwork and a bright palette. A favourite composition might be executed several times with slight variations.
William Marshall Brown died in 1936
Excellent
Dimensions
Height 14.00 inch (35.56 cm)
Width 12.00 inch (30.48 cm)
Medium
Oil on Canvas
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Signed
Rowles Fine Art

Rowles Fine Art
Ludlow
Shropshire
SY8 1BB

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