(1881–1968), born in Scrabster in Caithness, Scotland, was an artist and art teacher who made an important and influential contribution to the revival of interest in Celtic and Insular art which began in the 19th century.
“He would see her again. He knew he would. Magic bent the world. Pulled
it into shape. There were fixed points. Most of the time they were
places. But sometimes, rarely, they were people. For someone who never
stood still, Lila felt like a pin in Kell’s world. One he was sure to