Albert Harbour by Raymond Murray (A002)



A beautiful atmospheric painting by Raymond Murray of the harbour in his birth-town of Greenock. His bold and distinctive use of blues, reds, and greens make the picture seem to leap out from the frame. Steamers and small boats are docked, with the sight of the crane tower in the background.

About The Artist:

Raymond Murray is a highly talented artist with a unique style. He was born and bred in Greenock and the old seafaring town is still an inspiration for some of his work. He now works from his studio on the Isle of Bute off the west coast of Scotland

Originally a Neo Classicist, his love of pure colour led to the development of his distinctive style; bold vibrant and dynamic.

His works can be found in collections all round the world and in various museums and galleries. His work can be seen in the Scottish Maritime Museum, and the McLean Museum and Art Gallery, the Scottish Coal Mining Museum, Benmore Royal Botanic Gardens and in the House of Parliament.

We are proud to say that we have the copyright permissions to sell Raymond’s recent and immediate future work, and are legal suppliers of copies of these works.

(C) Pictcure Bute 2021. Reproduction not permitted.

Additional information


Stretched Canvas, Rolled Canvas, Photo Print


10 x 10 inch, 12 x 12 inch, 16 x 16 inch, 20 x 20 inch