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A Catalogue in Progress of Pictures by Robert Eadie:

Pictures in watercolour
 

‡ Aberdeen Harbour Wall
Aberdeen Harbour and Beach
‡ Aberfoyle Brig (1947), 21.7" x 15.7"
‡ Across the Howe of Cromar to Lochnafar, 8" x 10.75"
‡ The Alhambra Theatre, Glasgow
      Used as a cover picture for The Tatler magazine
‡ "Anchor" Liner in Govan Dry Dock
‡ An Arran stream, RSW@RSA 1937
‡ Anstruther [1], 15 x 10.6"
Anstruther [2], 19.7" x 14.2"
‡ Anstruther [3], watercolour plus conte, 16.5" x 13.4"
‡ Anstruther Harbour (1942), 14.2" x 11"
‡ April, RSW@RSA 1917
The Arrival
‡ At the opera, RSW@RSA 1915
Ayr old bridge, 9.5" x 13.4"
‡ At the seaside, 14.75" x 10.4"
The Banff Coast
‡ Bathing in the Shadows, 18.1" x 14.2"
‡ The Bathing Pool, Pittenweem
‡ The bathing pool, Pittenweem (2), 10.25" x 13.5"
Beached Fishing Boats in Whitby Harbour
‡ Beach Scene, 15" x 10.5"
• Before Bedtime, 13" x 9.1", watercolor and charcoal
The Bend of the River, 13.4" x 20.1"
‡ The Bishop's Corner, Glasgow Cathedral,
      RSW@RSA 1919
‡ Blair Castle, Perthshire, 13.5" x 21"
‡ Blairmore Pier, 13.75" x 9"
‡ Boats At Whitby, Low Tide, 12.6" x 9.25"
Boats on the Fife Coast, 6" x 9"
‡ Bowling Looking West Down The Clyde, 21.25" x 14.25"
Boys Fishing, 13.4" x 9.05", watercolour and pencil
• Brodick Bay (1936), 13.4" x 10.2"
The Bridge At Kilrenny, Fife, 13.7" x 9.9"
Building Sandcastles, 7" x 9"
‡ Burns's Close, High Street, RSW@RSA 1923
By the sea, 14.6" x 11", watercolour and pencil [GM]
‡ By the Water, pencil & watercolour, 9.25" x 13.75"
Calgery Mull
• Carlton Place, Glasgow (1948), 9.85" x 13.8"
Carmunnoch (1939), 10.65" x 15.35",
      watercolor and pencil
‡ The castle, RSW@RSA 1934
The Cathedral, Szatmar, 6" x 9"
‡ Cattle Grazing watercolour + pencil, 13.75" x 9.75"
Cattle Watering in A Stream, 11.8" x 17"
‡ Central Station, Glasgow, RSW@RSA 1927
Charing Cross from Hill Street, Glasgow,
      watercolour & charcoal, 16.55" x 14.2"
‡ The Chateau at Dave on the Meuse, 12.2" x 9.5"
‡ ‡ The Chateau of Chinon, RSW@RSA 1917
      17" x 13", watercolor and pencil
‡ Check, 14.8" x 21.5"
‡ Church Interior (St. Giles' Cathedral, Edinburgh),
      15.35" x 21.25"
City Chambers, Glasgow (1938), 9.05" x 11.8"
‡ A city of the north, RSW@RSA 1928
‡ The Clachan, Arran [a.k.a. Children and Cottages
      Before A Loch], 14.25" x 10.5"
Children Playing in Village Street (1939), 10.65" x 15.75"
‡ Cloth Hall Close, Cowgate, RSW@RSA 1926
Clyde Shipping
Clyde Street at Jamaica Street, 9" x 13.25",
      wash over pencil
Coastal View, 10.5" x 14.5"
Coastal fishing village, 15" x 15.75"
Coming Ashore, 16.5" x 11.5"
‡ The Corner Shop, watercolour, 13.75" x 9.75"
• Corrie Harbour, Arran, 10" x 14.5"
‡ Corrie Road looking towards Holy Isle (1927),
      14.75" x 10.6"
‡ Country Cottages (1949), 14" x 1.25"
Cows Grazing In River Landscape, 13.8" x 20.9"
‡ Cuillins From Elgol, 14" x 8.25"
The Coullins Skye, Two horses at water trough
      in front of a barn, 17.75" x 22"
‡ De la guerre, RSW@RSA 1919
Dinan, Brittany, 13" x 17.5"
Dingwall
‡ Docked Fishing Boats, 10" x 15.75"
‡ The Duke's Road, RSW@RSA 1924
Dumbarton Rock From The Shore, 14.5" x 10.75"
‡ The Dungeon of Loche, RSW@RSA 1914
Dunure, Ayrshire
‡ Dunure Castle, 16.5" x 13"
‡ Dunure Harbour, 15.4" x 10.6"
‡ Durham Cathedral,13.75" x 19.75"
‡ East Coast Fishing Village, 15" x 11"
‡ East Coast Fishing Harbour, 15.2" x 10.8"
‡ East Coast, Scotland, 14" x 11"
• East Coast village with hill top ruins, 10.75" x 14.5"
‡ Edinburgh Castle, 10.5" x 14.5"
‡ Edinburgh street scene (1942), 15" x 9.85"
‡ Evening, West George Street (1919), 12.6" x 16.55"
‡ Eyemouth, 14.2" x 20.9"
• Falkland Place, 10.2" x 11.8", pencil and watercolour
Farmhouse, Isle of Mull
Farm Scene, 14.5" x 10.6"
Farmstead in a Landscape
Farmyard Friends, watercolour / charcoal, 14" x 10"
‡ Feeding The Chickens, 11.4" x 14.6"
‡ A Fifeshire village, RSW@RSA 1929
Figure before a half timbered French shop at night
‡ Figures By A Stone Bridge, 11.81" x 10.24"
Figures on village pier, 17" x 13"
Fisherfolk cleaning mussels by water's edge,
      14.6" x 20.9"
Fisherfolk on a beach at low tide, watercolour /
       heightened white, 21" x 14.5"
Fisherwomen, 21.1" x 14.6"
‡ Fishing Boat At A Quayside, 15.75" x 11.42"
Fishing Fleet, Corrie
‡ Fishing for Tiddlers [a.k.a. The Idle Hours of
      Childhood], 10" x 14", watercolour and pencil
The Forgotten Bridge (1948), pencil / grey wash,
      14.5" x 10.75"
‡ The Forth Rail Bridge, near Edinburgh, 13.4" x 18.7"
The Fortune Teller, 11.5" x 9.4"
‡ A French farm, RSW@RSA 1919
‡ French street scene, evening, 15" x 19"
‡ The Gardener`s Bouquet, 10" x 15.5"
‡ Gardening Figure, 11" x 8.75"
‡ Gigha, 13" x 9"
‡ Girl feeding chickens before a cottage (1919),
      28" x 20"
‡ Girl seated on a rock looking out to sea, 10.3" x 8"
Girls on the shore, 9.85" x 13"
‡ Glasgow Broomielaw, RSW@RSA 1936
Glasgow Cathedral
The Glasgow Empire Exhibition 1938, 8.24" x 10"
‡ Glasgow from South Side of Stockwell Bridge
Glasgow Harbour
Glasgow University (July 1916), 13" x 9.45"
      watercolour and pencil
‡ Glasgow university, 10.65" x 14.55"
Glasgow Street Scene (1910), 9.8" x 14.2"
Glen Finnan, watercolour / pencil, 16.75" x 12.5"
‡ Glen Rosa, RSW@RSA 1938
‡ Going To The Beach, watercolour, 14.25" x 10.25"
‡ Gordon Street from Hope Street, Glasgow
The Govan Ferry, Glasgow, watercolour heightened
      with white, 17" x 11.8"
Greenock
Garnehill
‡ The Goose Girl, 19.69" x 12.6"
Haddington Farm
Harbour scene, 16.15" x 21.65"
Harbour scene, 11" x 15"
Harbour Scene with Fishing Boats and Figures,
      12.6" x 17.7"
The Harvester Of The Sea, 11" x 15.2"
‡ The harvest moon, RSW@RSA 1913
‡ A head – study, RSW@RSA 1935
Her Sunday Best, watercolour / pencil, 15.5" x 10.75"
Highland Scene, 6.7" x 8.25"
‡ Home lessons, RSW@RSA 1922
Horse And Cart And Figures At A Harbour, 10.5" x 14"
House of Mystery
‡ Huntly House, Canongate, RSW@RSA 1920
Industrial Landscape With Dockyard Beyond,
      watercolour/pencil
In Sheltered Vale, 9.45" x 13.4"
‡ Interior, RSW@RSA 1936
‡ Interior of the Church of St. Aloysius, Glasgow,
      14.25" x 22.25", watercolour and pencil
In the meadow, 13" x 10"
• Irvine harbour, fish cart, 10.25" x 13.4"
‡ Jamaica Bridge, Glasgow, RSW@RSA 1927
A June Morning [UoG]
‡ Kilrenny Church, Fife, 10.5" x 12.25"
‡ Kirkaldy Harbour, 15" x 12"
‡ Lake Of Menteith, 10.25" x 14.2"
Landscape with a distant view of a village by the sea
      (1920), 10.3" x 14.5", watercolour and pencil
      on board [UoG]
‡ Landscape With A Farmhouse, Cattle And A Figure,
      9.75" x 14.25"
‡ Landschaft Mit Angler, watercolour/pencil,
      10.25" x 15"
The Late Stewart Orr, 22" x 15.5", watercolour and
      charcoal on paper [UoG]
‡ The Lochan, watercolour + pencil, 13.75" x 9.75"
Loch Ergol, Cuillin Hills with Two Seated Figures,
      8.25" x 13.8"

McLellan Arch, Monteith Row, Glasgow,
      11" x 15.3" [GM]
Mackintosh room, 15.3" x 22.45", watercolour
      and pencil [GM]
Minding her chickens, 21" x 14"
A Mulberry Harbour, 26.4" x 15.4"
‡ Mulberry Harbours Under Construction
      (ca.1942), 13.8" x 20.8"
Namur, 11.35" x 13.8" [GM]
‡ Nesle, March 1918, watercolour, 9" x 8.7"
‡ Neuk of Fife, 20.5" x 14"
Notre-Dame
‡ Old Buchanan Court, Glasgow, RSW@RSA 1928
‡ Old close, Edinburgh, RSW@RSA 1929
Old College Gate, Glasgow University (1916),
      9" x 11.4", watercolour and pencil on paper [UoG]
The Old Friend, 13.75" x 10"
The Old Friend, Richmond, 15.75" x 20.5"
‡ Old houses, Dinan, RSW@RSA 1925
‡ Old houses, Pittenweem, RSW@RSA 1930
Old Leckie House, Stirlingshire, 19" x 22.5cm
‡ The old mill, Dorset, RSW@RSA 1929
‡ Old mill, RSW@RSA 1932
‡ Old Leckie House, Stirlingshire, 18.9" x 22.4"
On the beach, 11.8" x 17.7"
On the quayside, 12.6" x 17.7"
On the rocks, 9.85" x 13.8"
‡ The Opera House, India St, Glasgow, 9.85" x 13.8"
      a.ka. Towards Charing Cross (1934)
Paisley Abbey, 17.75" x 13.75"
Park Circus, Glasgow (1937), 11.8" x 17.7"
‡ Park Quadrant, RSW@RSA 1938
Park Terrace
‡ The Passageway, 16.5" x 11.8"
Petergate, York
‡ Picking Flowers [a.k.a. Gathering Flowers],
      14.2" x 10.25"
‡ Pittenweem [1], 13.2" x 9.65"
• Pittenweem [2], 16.5" x 12.2"
‡ Pittenweem [3], watercolour / grey paper, 13.8" x 9.85"
Pittenweem [4], 20.5" x 14.6"
Pittenweem [5], 22.0" x 16.55"
‡ Port Bannatyne (1943), 8.65" x 10.65"
Porteous Map Sellers and the Arch, Royal Exchange
      Square, Glasgow, 16.15" x 14.6"
‡ Portrait of a Gentleman, 10.2" x 14.2"
‡ Portrait of a Man [1] 12.5" x 17.25"
‡ Portrait of a Man [2]
Portrait of a Young Man, 15" x 10.6"
‡ Portrait of Flora Mitchell, 13" x 17"
‡ Portrait study of Herbert Kemlow Wood,
      10.25" x 13.8"
Port Saint Samson, Guernsey, (1938), 11" x 17.3"
‡ Princes Street from Calton Hill, 14.5" x 10.5"
‡ Princes St., Edinburgh, Looking East (1949),
     watercolour / pencil, 14" x 10.25"
‡ Princes Street from the Mound (1944), 9.45" x 13"
     watercolour / pencil, 14" x 10.25"
Princes Street from the Royal Scottish Academy,
      looking east, 15" x 22"
Princes Street Gardens, 15" x 10", watercolour, gouache
      and pencil on paper [UoG]
‡ Provand's Lorship, Glasgow, 14.3" x 13"
‡ Puffers On The Clyde, 14.75" x 10.8"
Ramshorn Church, Ingram Street
Refreshment
‡ A Rhodesian ox cart, RSW@RSA 1932
‡ Richmond Castle (1935), 21.5" x 15.5"
‡ The river Clyde, RSW@RSA 1935 & 1943
‡ The river Allander, 22.5" x 15.75"
‡ River View towards Nungate Bridge, Haddington,
      East Lothian, 9" x 13"
The Road To The Beach, 10.25" x 13.8",
      watercolour and pencil
Road to Holy Isle, 18.1" x 11.8"
‡ Road, Sea and Windswept Trees (1937), 15" x 10.5"
‡ The Rogano restaurant, Glasgow
      The picture was used on the cover of the menu
Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow, pencil & watercolour, 9.45" x 8.65"
‡ The Royal Scottish Academy Building, Edinburgh,
      watercolour / pencil, 11.8" x 7.5"
‡ Rural River Scene, 18.9" x 14.15"
‡ St Abbs, 10.25" x 14.2"
St Abbs Harbour, 15" x 22"
‡ St. Andrews North Church (1943), 11.4" x 13.8"
‡ St Giles, RSW@RSA 1933
‡ St. Monan's, Fife, 11" x 8.25"
St. Monan's, Fife, from the Harbour, 14.6" x 20.5"
‡ St Monan's (2) (1926), 12.2" x 7.87"
‡ St. Paul's and the Thames, 9" x 16",
      pencil & watercolour
‡ St Vincent Place, Glasgow, RSW@RSA 1926
‡ Saint Vincent Street, Glasgow, RSW@RSA 1937
‡ Sannox Burn, RSW@RSA 1934
A Schooner at Kingston Dock, Glasgow, 10" x 7"
A Schooner at the Broomielaw, 10" x 7"
‡ SAC ambulances in Blythswood Square, Glasgow
      Featured in Gang Warily published by the RSAC
‡ Scottish Farm [Farm Scene], 14.6" x 10.6"
‡ A Scottish View, 15" x 10.5"
A Sleeping Girl (Child), 11" x 15", pencil and
      watercolour heightened with white
‡ Ship off a coastline, 13" x 9.5"
‡ Small Girl Reading, pencil and watercolour, 11.5" x 8"
‡ Snow at Finnieston, RSW@RSA 1929
‡ Snow on the rooftops, RSW@RSA 1943
The Spires of Glasgow, 9" x 13", pencil & watercolour
‡ Spring in Kelvingrove, 13" x 9"
Spring In The Alps, watercolor heightened with white,
      13.7" x 10"
‡ The Square, Corfe Castle, Dorset, 19" x 13"
      [a.k.a. Mid-Day, Town Square]
‡ Still Life, blue glass decanter with fruit, 14.5" x 10.25"
‡ Still Life With Flowers, 14.57" x 18.5"
‡ Still Life, silver tea service and fruit, 14.2" x 10.25"
‡ The Stuart Memorial Fountain, Kelvingrove Park
      Glasgow, 12.6" x 8.25"
Summer flowers, 14.55" x 10.25"
‡ Summer Morning, 22" x 17.5"
      The picture was bought in 1944 from a
      Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts exhibition
      at the Kelvingrove Art Galleries

A Summer's Day, Pittenweem, 10.65" x 16.15"
‡ Sunset at Pittenweem Bay, Fife, 14.5" x 20.5"
• Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire (1936),
      pencil & watercolour, 11.4" x 15.4"
Theatrical and Illustrative Figure Subjects
Town Scene With Figures, charcoal/watercolour
‡ Unloading The Catch [a.k.a. Unloading Supplies
       At the Slip], 11.4" x 16.5"
View of Carmunnock
View of Charing Cross from Newton Street, Glasgow,
      9.8" x 7.1"
‡ Viewfield, Manse Brae, Gargunnock, watercolour sketch
‡ View of Durham Cathedral from the river,
      pencil and watercolour, 6.25" x 8.25"
‡ View Of The Valley, 23.6" x 17.3"
‡ View Over Kelvingrove Park, (Glasgow) 10.8" x 14.6"
‡ A View Over The Stream, 15.7" x 11.8"
‡ Village Scene, bridge over river with figures and swans
      18.9" x 15"
‡ Village Scene with figures, 13.75" x 9.5"
‡ Waiting on the tide, RSW@RSA 1922
Wellington Church, University Avenue, Glasgow,
      pencil & watercolour 11" x 8.25"
‡ The Western Isles, watercolour over pencil,
       10.5" x 8.5"
‡ Whitesands, Dumfries, 21.25" x 15.35"
‡ Winter on the house tops, RSW@RSA 1920
Winter - West End, Glasgow
‡ The Woman in Black, RSW@RSA 1914
Woodland landscape
‡ Woodland scene with cattle (pair), 10" x 13"
‡ Workers' Playtime At The Rolls Royce Factory,
      Hillington, (1947) 21.26" x 9.06"
‡ York, RSW@RSA 1939
York Minster from a City Gate, 18.9" x 24.8",
      watercolour heightened with white
Young Mariners, 9.05" x 13"
‡ The young musician, RSW@RSA 1921

   — Artist's official title not known —
‡ [African Village (Rhodesia?)], 21" x 14.4"
‡ [Beach at Anstruther, Fife(?)], (1912), 14" x 10"
‡ [Children on a beach], 16.75" x 12.75"
‡ [Country road with woman and child & haystack],
      16" x 12"
‡ [Dockland scene], (1948), 14.2" x 10.25"
‡ [Farmyard], 21" x 16"
‡ [Fife, beach scene], (pre-war), 18.9" x 15.2"
‡ [Harbour with fishing boats and distant church spire],
      17" x 13.5"
‡ [Kirkcaldy fishing boats], 16.75" x 12.75"
‡ [Lochranza Castle, Arran], 14.5" x 11"
Loch Scavaig
‡ [Parakeet], watercolour / grey paper, 9.5" x 13.8"
‡ [Pastoral Scene 1], 22" x 15"
‡ [Pastoral Scene 2], 11.5" x 9"
‡ [River scene with bridge, Speyside?], 13.5" x 9.5"
‡ [River view with ruined castle on hill], 17" x 13.5"
‡ [Scottish Woodland]
[Street scene with a church], (1943), 10" x 12.5"
[Vase of Roses on Polished Table], 1930s
‡ [Woodland Scene] (1917), 10" x 14"

‡ See "Paintings" page / ‡ See "Etcetera" page / • Low quality, "spotting only" version of picture found
‡ Entry in RSW watercolour exhibition at Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, with year of exhibition


Oil Paintings
 

‡ The Alhambra Theatre, Glasgow (1928)
Clyde Street, Glasgow, 40" x 50.2", oil on canvas
Clyde Street at Jamaica Bridge, Glasgow, 24" x 36"
       24" x 36", oil on board
‡ Corrie, Arran, 17.7" x 23.6", oil on canvas
Crail Harbour, 36" x 28"
Crossing a bridge, 36" x 28", oil on canvas
Dreef met wandelaars, 28" x 36", oil on canvas
‡ The East Neuk O' Fife, 13.75" x 9.5", oil on board
‡ Girl Feeding Ducks in Back Garden, 36" x 27.5"
      35.8" x 27.55", oil on canvas
‡ Isle of Arran, 14" x 10", oil on canvas
‡ Landscape With Cattle, 14" x 10", oil on board
‡ Law (or Low) Castle [handwriting on reverse of
      frame indistinct], 35" x 23.8", oil on canvas,
      a.k.a. Springtime (26.8" x 36.4") and
      Zwei Frauen im Park (26.4" x 36.4")
‡ Millport, 24" x 20", oil on canvas
Old bridge, Stirling, 25.2" x 21.25" [The bridge with
      buildings to right and others on crest of hill above,
      a horseman is passing over the bridge, and on left
      bank of the river are the figures of a woman and child]
      [GM]
‡ Old Mill, Anstruther, 35.25" x 27.35", oil on canvas
‡ On the Clyde At Broomielaw, 50" x 40", oil on canvas
‡ Paisley Abbey, oil on canvas, 53.5" x 35.8"
‡ Perth High Street, Looking From John Street,
      13.8" x 24"

‡ Pittenweem, Fife [7], 43.5" x 33.5"
‡ Portrait of Alastair Houston, son of Robert Houston,
       24.25" x 42", oil on canvas
‡ Portrait of J. Shaw Maxwell, JP (1917),
      43.5" x 34.5" [GM]
Portrait of Marion Eadie, (ca.1937)
Portrait of a Royal Engineer (1918), 12.5" x 8.5"
St. Vincent Street, Glasgow, (ca.1941), 28" x 36" [GM]
‡ Scottish Coast, 28" x 35.75", oil on canvas
‡ The Shepherd Boy, 17.5" x 23.6"
Stock Exchange, Glasgow, 13.75" x 10", oil on board
‡ Strathaven Castle from the East,
      oil on canvas, 39.2" x 31.3"
The Stewart Memorial Fountain, Kelvingrove Park,
      Glasgow, 17.12" x 14.2", oil on canvas [UoG]
Two Women On A Riverside Terrace, 36.3" x 26.3"
‡ The Victory, 32.5" x 44", oil on panel ***
‡ Victoria Falls, 36" x 28", oil on canvas
• View of Largs: Looking across the Isle of Cumbrae
      to the kyles of Bute and Loch Striven,
      36" x 28", oil on board
‡ A View of Rothesay, Children at Play on the Beach
      with ferryboat and town in distance, [a.k.a. Rothesay,
      Bute] 36" x 28", oil on canvas
‡ Watergate, Perth; The Gable Of Old Gowrie House,
      the Scene of the Conspiracy against James VI,
      14" x 24", oil on board

*** The panel was originally an advertising board for an exhibition of pictures by Robert Eadie. It was cut down before the artist painted "The Victory" on the other side, and the remains of the advertisements can be seen on the back of the painting.


Other Media
 

‡ A Glasgow Alleyway (ca 1927), 14.1" x 7.9",
      etching and drypoint print on laid paper
Archway at City Chambers, 8.6" x 5.6",
      lithograph of a drawing [GM]
Ayr (ca.1930), 40" x 50", LMS railway poster,
      colour lithograph printed by W.E. Berry, Bradford
Baj Chez Picasso, aquatint, 15.5" x 19.5"
Campbell's Close, Cowgate, Edinburgh (1952),
      print from engraving, 8" x 5.75"
Charlotte Lane, etching [GM]
Charing Cross from Hill Street, 16.3" x 14.25",
      charcoal and watercolour heightened with white
Charlotte Street, Glasgow, 10.1" x 14.2",
      black chalk and watercolour [GM]
‡ Cloth Mill, Cowgate, Edinburgh, 9" x 11.8",
      pencil drawing
Coastal Scene With A Cottage And A Stone Quayside,
      9.8 x 14, pencil
Cowgate Close, Edinburgh, 11.4" x 8.5", etching [GM]
‡ Durham,1932, 21.5 x 14.5", pen, ink and watercolour
‡ Entrance to the New Club, West George Street,
      Glasgow, drawing
Entrance to the Old College, Glasgow University,
      (1920), 15" x 10.8", watercolour, and charcoal [UoG]
      on paper
‡ [The Flower Sellers], watercolour on silk, 13.5" x 9.5"
The Gardener's Bouquet, 10" x 15.75", pencil
Garnethill, 7.9" x 11.8", wash
The Gates at Pearce Lodge, Glasgow University,
      14.4" x 10.35", gouache, watercolour, and chalk
      on paper laid on card [UoG]
Gathering Flowers, 14.4" x 10.2", pencil
George Square, Glasgow 1932, 15.5" x 10.75",
      pencil and watercolour on paper [UoG]
George Square, Glasgow (dated 1938),
      watercolour mixed media 11" x 8.7",
Gilbert's Modern Atlas Of The Earth,
      lithograph / hand coloured, 2"
Girl knitting, watercolour & black chalk, 10.4" x 15"
A Glasgow Alleyway (1927), 7.9" x 14.1",
      etching and drypoint
‡ Glasgow High School, etching, 11.8" x 9.5" (ca 1910)
Glasgow street scene, mixed media, 11.2" x 8.8"
‡ Glasgow street scenes: City Chambers in George
      Square, Cathedral, Provands Lordship & Trongate,
      colour prints [as for The Face of Glasgow]
‡ Glasgow University, 10.8" x 8.5", etching
Glassford Street (1944), 10.15" x 11.15";
      drawing / watercolour [GM]
‡ Above Greenock, 9" x 13.5", wash over pencil

Harbour Scene with Fishing Boats and Figures,
      12.8" x 17.7", pencil
‡ Haunt of the Sea Trout, 7" x 9.25", etching
Ladies by a Bridge near the village, colour print
The Lion and Unicorn Steps, Glasgow University,
      11" x 14.5", charcoal and gouache on grey paper
      [UoG]
‡ Low Calton & Regent Bridge, Edinburgh, (1950s),
      7.5" x 6", fine art print
‡ Mar's Walk, Stirling, 5.5" x 8", 1952, print
Old College Gate, Glasgow University (1916), 9" x 11.4",
      watercolour and pencil on paper [UoG]
Old High Kirk, Kilmarnock, 7.9" x 10.2", etching
‡ The Open Road, 10.25" x 6.5", etching & drypoint
      [GM & private collections]
‡ Paisley Abbey, image size 14.125" x 9.25", fine art print
‡ Pittenweem [6], watercolour on card
Portrait of a soldier 11-Jan-18, 10.5" x 6.4",
      pencil drawing [GM]
Portrait of a soldier, 11" x 8.85",
      pencil and black crayon drawing [GM]
Portrait of a soldier, 14" x 9", pencil drawing [GM]
‡ A Portrait of James Kay, pastel, 22.25" x 15"
Royal Exchange, Glasgow, 10.2" x 8.2", etching
The Royal Scottish Academy Building, Edinburgh,
      7.5" x 11.8", pencil
St. Andrews North Church, 7" x 9.8", etching
‡ St. Enoch, Glasgow, etching, 6" x 8"
St. Pauls from the Thames, 9" x 12", drypoint
‡ St. Vincent Place, Glasgow, etching, 6" x 8"
Scottish village scene, 13.65" x 11.9",
      watercolour and chalk [GM]
Solitaire (1945), 10.35" x 13.3",
      pencil, chalk and watercolour
Street scene, 7.8" x 6.45",
      pencil and wash drawing [GM]
‡ [Street scene], etching with pencil signature,
      image 10.75" x 9", sheet 14.5" x 12.75"
‡ Taxi Stance, Waterloo Street, Glasgow
      – next to the Alhambra theatre (pencil)
Thames Barges, 9" x 10.8", etching [GM]
‡ Towards Charing Cross [Glasgow] (1934),
       pen / wash, 13.5" x 10"
‡ Trace Horses, Glasgow (1942), fine art print
Victory celebrations in George Square, Glasgow 1919,
      10.65" x 13.4", pencil, colour wash
William Power, Dr. J.R. Darbyshire & William Brogan,
      (1935), 7.4" x 4.8", portrait drawing [UoG]

[GM] = works in the Glasgow Museums collection, [UoG] = works in the University of Glasgow collection

RSW watercolours exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh
 
1913     The harvest moon

1914     The woman in black
              The dungeon of Loche

1915     At the opera

1917     The Chateau of Chinon ‡ 
              April

1919     De la guerre
              A French farm
              The Bishop's Corner, 
                       Glasgow Cathedral

1920     Winter on the house tops
              Huntly House, Canongate

1921     The young musician

1922     Home lessons
              Waiting on the tide

1923     Burns's Close, High Street
1924     The Duke's Road
              Dumfries Brig

1925     Old houses, Dinan

1926     St Vincent Place, Glasgow
              Cloth Hall Close, Cowgate

1927     Central Station, Glasgow
              Jamaica Bridge, Glasgow

1928     Old Buchanan Court, Glasgow
              A city of the north
              Old close, Edinburgh

1929     A Fifeshire village
              The old mill, Dorset
              Snow at Finnieston

1930     Old houses, Pittenweem

1932     A Rhodesian ox cart
              Old mill
1933     St Giles

1934     The castle
              Sannox Burn

1935     A head - study
              The river Clyde

1936     Glasgow Broomielaw
              Interior

1937     Saint Vincent Street, Glasgow
              An Arran stream

1938     Park Quadrant
              Glen Rosa

1939     York

1943     Snow on the rooftops
              The river Clyde

Thanks to Graeme Smith & Dr. Joanna Soden, curator of the Royal Scottish Academy, for the list


p.s. — What strange companions you get from an Internet search:
Landscape with cattle by Robert Eadie, R.S.W.
Landscape with corpse by Samfire Egolshin

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