"The Working Man" 24"X30" This art work depicts the working man fishing with pole tools on an 1895 cable tool rig.
The picture contains most of the tools shown graphically in the border area.
Most recently it was included in the exhibition "A Capital View" - The Art of Edinburgh, which featured one hundred artworks from the City Collection dating from the 17th.century to the present day. Included in the painting are many famous and historic landmarks such as the Lawnmarket, the Worlds End Close, the Mercat Cross, and St. Other places of interest featured include the Scotch Whisky Experience, the Festival Fringe Office, the Museum of Childhood and the famous Witchery restaurant.
In conjunction with this exhibition a book with the same title was published and William Highets work was included alongside that of artists such as Sir Henry Raeburn, F. Beautifully detailed unique Giclee Prints of the total painting, signed by the artist, are available in various sizes in paper, litho and canvas.
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It has been displayed in various exhibitions held in the Museum of Edinburgh and in the City Art Centre. This wonderful painting almost 30 feet long, in six panels, depicts in exact detail half a mile of the Royal Mile extending from Edinburgh Castle Esplanade, the site of the world famous Edinburgh Tattoo during the Edinburgh Festival, to St. Here the Netherbow Port was situated, this being one of the six gates or ports in the wall surrounding the ancient Royal Burgh of Edinburgh.Canvas prints are a great way to turn an existing photograph into a beautiful work of art.Canvas prints are three dimensional wall hangings - they stand out and really grab your attention. "Texas Fields" Circa 1900 24"X30" The winning spirit of Texas has made the oil and gas industry in Texas what it is today, a way that benefits all.Description: Oil wagon on the way to a cable-tool rig on the open spaces of Texas. Hint of bluebonnet fields, workers tents, steam boiler and a Texas longhorn looking on at the passing wagon as it heads around a deep ravine. Lower border area has 6 early oil/gas photos to the right and left of the Texas Oil & Gas Historical Series seal.
The text in the lower portion of the print gives a very detailed account of how fishing with pole tools is accomplished.