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The Meeting - John Faed
 The Meeting

Artist: John Faed
Title: The Meeting
Date: 1856
Medium: Engraving
Description:

6 by 7.9 inches.  Engraved by Lumb Stocks, RA.

From The Soldier's Return by Robert Burns, illustrated by John Faed RSA.  Published in Edinburgh for the Members of the Royal Association for the Promotion of the Fine Arts in Scotland, 1857.

The engraving illustrates the lines "Sae wistfully she gaz'd on me, and lovelier was than ever; Quo' she, a sodger once I lo'ed, forget him shall I never".

The building in the background was used in other Faed paintings including The Auld Mare Maggie.

Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Gatehouse of Fleet

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