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In pictures: Stolen paintings

The Pink Pinafore by Robert Gemmell Hutchison

One of the recovered paintings was The Pink Pinafore, by Robert Gemmell Hutchison. Gemmell Hutchison worked in oils and watercolours

Feeding the Seagulls by Robert Gemmell Hutchison

Gemmell Hutchison's Feeding the Seagulls. The artist was born in Edinburgh and studied at the city's board of Manufacturers School of Art

Cottarita by Robert Gemmell Hutchison

Cottarita by Robert Gemmell Hutchison. The painter first began to exhibit at the Royal Academy in 1880 and, although he had some Dutch influences, only ever lived in Edinburgh

Candlelight by Sir James Guthrie

Also found were two works by Sir James Guthrie, including Candlelight. The painter was born in Greenock and gave up his law studies at Glasgow University to become an artist

Luss Road by Sir James Guthrie

Largely self-taught, Guthrie, who painted Luss Road, became one of the most progressive of Scottish 19th century painters



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