William Marshall Brown

William Marshall Brown was not a native of East Lothian, but like many artists he was captivated by the coast and landscape of the county and the inhabitants of these districts. He spent many years working in the county and many of the figures he painted – fisher girls and farmworkers feature strongly – were characteristic of his times. Even when a scene is not named, the East Lothian connection can often be discerned in the details – for example, ‘ugli’ bonnets, creels and baskets



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