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© The Estate of Anne Redpath. All Rights Reserved 2012/ Bridgeman Art Library. Purchased with the assistance of the V&A Purchase Grant Fund, 1981. Museums Sheffield
Pittenweem, Fife, Scotland
Date Made/Found: 1952
Artist: Anne Redpath , British, 1895 - 1965
Material and Medium: watercolour and pencil on paper
Dimensions: Frame: 673 x 825 x 21mm Sight size: 466 x 623mm
Department: Visual Art
Accession Number: VIS.4911
This painting of the colourful houses of Pittenweem was painted on Anne Redpath’s return to Scotland. Pittenweem is a small and isolated fishing village, near Fife on the east coast of Scotland. Redpath grew up in Scotland but then went to live in Northern France. She returned to Scotland in 1934, where she started sketching the countryside, villages and coastal scenes.
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