book of prints
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"Scenery of the Grampian Mountains; Illustrated by Forty-One Plates, representing the Principal Hills from such points as display their picturesque features; diversified by Lakes and Rivers: with an explanatory page affixed to each plate, giving an account of those objects of natural curiosity and historical interest, with which the district abounds. by George Fennell Robson, member of the society of painters in oil and water colours, London. The Engravings executed by Henry Morton, and coloured from original drawings made on the spot by the author." (London: Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown) 1819, including: a frontispiece entitled 'View from Stirling'; a title-page; a dedication to the Duke of Atholl; a preface; a list of subscribers; a list of plates; 40 views, each accompanied by a descriptive text. Bound in three-quarter leather with marbled boards.
Hand-coloured aquatint and etching
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Height: 535 millimetres (approx. sheet size)
Height: 450 millimetres
Width: 370 millimetres (approx. sheet size)
Width: 275 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- This copy wanting of the folded map.
Cataloguing supported by the Elizabeth Cayzer Charitable Trust.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Scenery of the Grampian Mountains
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