A DINGHY used by George Wyllie when he was creating his famous Paper Boat has been discovered buried beneath brambles in the late artist's garden.
The tender boat, or pram dinghy, was found by Mr Wyllie's daughter Louise as she cleared his home of belongings. The artist died in 2012. Wyllie launched the 80ft-long Paper Boat, designed in 1989, on the Clyde as a statement about the decline of Scotland's shipbuilding industry.
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