Scottish Art - Paintings of Scotland:
Piper at Loch Lomond Highland Games
by D. Bruce Bennett
Bonnie Piper at Loch Lomond
Thanks to some creative cropping on Bruce's part, this bonnie piper at Loch Lomond Highland Games in Balloch, West Dumbartonshire, could be anyone you wanted him to be, couldn't he? Note the rosettes on his kilt - something you seldom, if ever, see on American kilts.
This Scottish art has been matted and framed by The Great Frame Up, hence the higher price. It's a ready-to-hang picture of Scotland, just waiting to fill that place of honor on your living room wall . . . or office wall . . . or dining room wall . . . . You get the picture. It's a stellar example of Scottish Art, and it'll "do you proud."
Like this picture of Scotland, but want a slightly different variant of a Scottish piper? Check our commission process and let us know how you'd like this Scottish Art tweaked for your walls. We'll do our best to oblige, as Bruce did when the Kansas City Highland Games commissioners asked for this image in the McNabb tartan. Presto, chango: he painted the McNabb Piper for all their 2007 games advertising materials.
FYI: this painting received first place in its category at the April 2008 St. Stephen's Art Show in our local community.
Bonnie Piper at Loch Lomond Picture of Scotland
Medium: acrylic on 300#, cold-pressed watercolor paper
Image Dimensions: 12" w. x 18" h.
Mat: 2.625" w. white linen
Frame: 1.5" w. distressed, antique, Olde-World finish of dark umber and burgundy with subtle gold highlights; 20.75" w. x 26.5" h.
(matted & framed)
Please note that all Paintings of Scotland (and Paintings of England, too) on this site are the original artwork of U.S. artist, D. Bruce Bennett. United States customers pay no U.K. exchange rate, no customs duty tax, and no international mailing costs. All we have to add to the very reasonable price of our Scottish Art is plain old U.S. postage (and state tax for Colorado residents).
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