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- Foinaven & Arkle from Loch Inchard -

Painting No. 69

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Descriptive Text and

Location Map of Painting

This picture is also available as Bookmark No. P69

Moine location

This view from near Badcall on the west coast of Sutherland looks across Loch Inchard to the quartzite ridge of Foinaven (2989ft; 911m) and the eroded dome of Arkle (2583ft; 787m).  Two racehorses were named after these mountains.  Both were Grand National winners, but whereas Arkle was the better horse, Foinaven is, in the eyes of most, the better mountain.  On the day of this painting, the browns and ochres of the hills were burnished by the low Winter sun, but the shadows were strangely brightened by crisp white frost.  It was as if a greater Artist had not yet painted in the dark tones of cliffs and gulleys - as if Creation itself were not quite finished.  This ancient landscape, with its antique etchings of walls and buildings from past generations, seemed invigorated with light that sparkled as if newly minted.



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