Staffin, Isle of Skye 3

20 x 20 cm

The Isle of Skye is both a real and a mystical place - its incredible beauty is always coloured by its romantic history and it's hard to paint one without thinking of the other.

This painting is one of a series of smaller studies that I did in preparation for a larger piece (a technique that I've used on a number of occasions). For those familiar with the Isle, the viewpoint in these paintings is similar to a lovely painting by Dame Elizabeth Blackadder, a much-loved Scottish Artist.

Additional product details

Acrylic on canvas, 20 x 20 cm original painting complete with a custom, hand-made, wood frame (in a beech finish) and a single mount with groove.

For your convenience, our custom frames come with D-rings and picture cord attached and all orders include a hanging kit containing a 2-pin picture hook + pins (made from hardened steel with a polished brass plate finish) so you can start enjoying your new artwork straight away!

Product dimensions
Image size    (H x W) 20 x 20 cm
Framed size  (H x W x D) 34 x 34 x 3 cm

    sizes are approximate

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The Home Studio Collection

When trying out new ideas or exploring new themes, it makes sense to work on a small scale. However, I know that, as far as my own work is concerned, I put as much thought and effort into my small paintings as for any of the bigger pieces. And, in fact, sometimes the smaller works, have a spontaneity or 'va va voom' which can be hard to replicate in larger work so I’m delighted to have found an exclusive outlet for these smaller works which are such a vital part of my creative output.

Francis Boag

Francis Boag

Born and educated in Dundee, Francis maintained his painting career alongside a successful teaching career before leaving education in the early noughties and becoming a full-time, professional artist.

Since then, Francis has worked steadily to establish himself as one of the leading figures in a generation of ‘Scottish Colourists’, with his expressionist interpretations of landscapes and interiors appearing in some of the most prominent Galleries and Collections throughout Scotland and beyond. Click below to learn more about Francis and his work.

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