With Ian MacNichol, Glasgow
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Having spent long periods of time in the South of France during the 1920s, Maclauchlan Milne bought the brilliant light that pervaded his compositions and lifted his palette from that decade, back to the west coast of Scotland with him. Settling on the Isle of Arran from 1940 onwards, Corrie, the little hamlet where he lived, became a favourite subject for the artist. The view of Corrie depicted in Haystacks, High Corrie is known to have been painted at least twice by the artist, with slight compositional differences between this work and the other known view.