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Emmet Brady was born in Glasgow in 1846 and lived and worked as an artist in Scotland spending time in Helensburgh, Dunbartonshire and Glasgow.  At the turn of the century Brady taught briefly as an associate master at The Glasgow School of Art.

Brady worked almost entirely in water colours capturing the busy shipping lane of The Clyde and Scarborough harbour.  With a soft, tonal palette he rendered a naturalistic scene allowing the play of light to create an atmospheric picture.

His work is part of the collection of The Sterling Smith Art Gallery in Scotland.

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