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  • About the work

Bob MacDougall lives on Cape Breton Island, Canada, jutting out into the wild Atlantic Ocean which is perfect for inspiration . Bob has been painting for 40 years and has paintings hanging in collections in many countries.. Louisburg rocks is an example of the coastal area in this part of the island and the constant changing of colour of the sea and sky. Not far from these rocks sits the reconstructed Fortress of Louisburg, the original having been destroyed in 1758 by English forces against the French in one of the pivotal battles for the control of North America . Acrylic on masonite with palette knife. 25"x20"...63.5cm x 50.8cm.

Specifications

PublisherBob MacDougall
Condition/detailsExcellent
SignatureIncluded

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