Photograph of a painting of `Bunty` by Duncan MacGregor-Whyte
Colour photograph of a portrait oil painting by Duncan MacGregor-Whyte of a young man in regimental uniform `Bunty` MacGregor-Whyte. (Original photoprint stored in filing cabinet 10 drawer 1).
Painting of a plane over Tiree during WWII, ‘Wings over Tiree’.
Framed original watercolour painting of an aircraft flying over Tiree during WWII. Labelled on the back of the painting “A Halifax aircraft of RAF Coastal Command homing in on `The Reef` Tiree during World War II”. FW Carlyle was stationed on Tiree during the war.
Painting of the Sound of Mull during WWII
Framed original oil painting of the Sound of Mull painted during World War II. Artist FW Carlyle was stationed on RAF Tiree during the war.
Copies of two paintings by Lord Archibald Campbell around 1880
Printed photographs of two watercolour paintings by Lord Archibald Campbell (1846-1913), when he was in Quebec, Canada around 1880. (1) “Louis Jerome the Indian lighting the fire. The Birch canoe making snap jacks of flower and suet”, (2) “Wooden House put up for Princess Louise at Woodman on the Cascopedia seen from the river bed”. Photographed during a visit by Glenda Franklin in 2013. Digital copies stored on An Iodhlann computer.