Some Scottish Lochs: a series of pencil sketches by John Fullwood

John Fullwood (1854 - 1931) was an English artist based in the Midlands. Examples of his work can be seen at the Wolverhampton Art Gallery, and the New Art Gallery in Walsall.

This selection of 13 pencil sketches, drawn in August 1927, forms an incomplete set which originally contained at least 26 drawings. They are beautifully and delicately shaded. Fullwood signed and dated a blank page at the front of the sketch book. He appears to have been based in Oban for the August holiday.

Loch Linnhe, aug. 1927

Loch Etive, confluence of River Awe, aug. 1927

                                       Miall Riaghain

Sound of Kerrera, aug. 1927

Loch Awe, aug. 1927

The castle depicted is Kilchurn Castle. One of three images of Loch Awe.

Loch Awe, aug. 1927

Loch Awe, aug. 1927

Bay of Oban, aug. 1927


Probably the Pap of Glencoe.

Loch Leven, aug. 1927

Loch Creran, aug. 1927

Glen of Kinlochleven, 

    Loch Leven, aug. 1927


    Ballachulish, aug. 1927

                       and Eilean Munde

Loch Leven, aug. 1927