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Curling at St Mary's Isle - Jemima Wedderburn
 Curling at St Mary's Isle

Artist: Jemima Wedderburn
Title: Curling at St Mary's Isle
Date: 23 Dec 1853
Medium: Watercolour

James Clerk Maxwell would have been 22 when this watercolour was painted and was on vacation from Cambridge University.  He was later to adopt the term "curl" to describe the two dimensional electrical and magnetic waves in his electomagnetic theory.  James Clerk Maxwell is probably one of the figures curling in the background.  The Earl and Countess of Selkirk, who lived at St Mary's Isle, Kirkcudbright, were James and Jemima's aunt and uncle.

Image by kind permission of the James Clerk Maxwell Foundation


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Kirkcudbright

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