Da Logat & Logat Stacks, Foula

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Da Logat & Logat Stacks, Foula

750.00

Oil painting on board in an oak frame.
Overall frame size is 440mm x 320mm x 50mm deep.

Located on the northwest of the Island, the Logat Stacks and Da Logat face due west. The intense colour of this painting is generated by the low evening sun reflected in the warm-brown sandstone cliffs. The rocks in the foreground are thought to originally have been connected to Da Logat by a stone arch which collapsed, possibly around the 1950s.

With a population of about 30 people, Foula is one of the United Kingdom’s most remote permanently inhabited islands. The name Foula derives from Old Norse Fuglaey meaning bird island. The island is about 20 miles west of Shetland and measures about 2.5 by 3.5 miles. The island has a dramatic form and boasts some of the most spectacular cliffs in the UK.

This painting is part of the current Landforms exhibition and will be on display until 20th May. Delivery can be fulfilled during the week commencing 21st May.

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