Modern Scottish paintings from the collection of Dr. R.A. Lillie (catalogue of an exhibition held) September 22-October 28, 1962. by Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.

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ROBERT A. LILLIE COLLECTION / Artist: F.C.B. Cadell (handwritten) / Title: The Shed, Iona (h/w) / Oil on board 15 x 18 / Cat. Signed lower centre: FCB Cadell The Scottish Arts Council, Scottish Paintings for [sic] the Collection of Dr R.A. Lillie, The Shed, Iona, no.

31, oil on panel F.C.B. CADELL / 'The Shed, Iona' / Oil on board on: 75 Belford Road, Edinburgh EH4 3DR Scotland. It is of the highest relevance whether one's perspective is that of the development of the Scottish art, British art or European art of this period.

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