The Countess of Galloway

The paddle steamer 'Countess of Galloway' was owned by the Galloway Steam Navigation Company and operated in the period 1874-79 between Wigtown, Garlieston, Kirkcudbright and Liverpool.   The 'Countess of Galloway' could carry 200 cattle and several hundred sheep. She was broken up in 1880.   William MacMurray was a Kirkcudbright painter and decorator by trade, but also clearly a competent amateur artist.
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William MacMurray
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730mm x 550mm
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oil on canvas
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Dumfries & Galloway Council
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