CURRACHS IN HIGH SEAS
Douglas Hutton, b.1950Doulgas Hutton was born in 1950 and attended Edinburgh Art College where he was influenced greatly by the Scottish Colourists. Hutton is living and painting in Ireland for nearly 30 years, and is inspired by the rugged landscape of Donegal, Connemara and Achill.
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€50 - €99 by €10
€100 - €599 by €20
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Thereafter in increments of €2,500
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