During the 1970s and 1980s, Croft often painted on the north Antrim coast. This view of a clachan (a small settlement) is executed in a straightforwardly representational style, in the extremely pale colours typical of his work at the time.
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Down County Museum
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purchased from the artist with the assistance of grant aid from the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, 1979; transferred from Down District Council's Arts Service, 1997