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An early twentieth-century, three-quarter-length, seated portrait of Neil MacNaughton Brown, Provost of Greenock (1910–1913). Brown is depicted wearing his chain of office, with his official Provost robes in the background over the chair.

McLean Museum and Art Gallery





oil on canvas


H 102 x W 58.5 cm

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gift from Burgh of Greenock Town Council, 1983

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David Alison


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McLean Museum and Art Gallery

15 Kelly Street, Greenock, Inverclyde PA16 8JX Scotland

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