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Old Friars Carse by Alexander Nasmyth

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Old Friars Carse

Artist: Alexander Nasmyth
Title: Old Friars Carse
Date: 1787
Medium: Watercolour
Description:

This is a copy of an earlier image. The watercolour was done by Alexander Nasmyth for Robert Riddell of Glenriddell in 1787.  The original house shown here was demolished in 1771.  Nasmyth's  watercolour can be found in the Robert Riddell of Glenriddell manuscript collections 1786 - 1792, Vol. 6.  Riddell states in the passage below the image "It was copied by Mr Nasmith, portrait and landskip Painter from Edinburgh when he was with me at Carse in September 1787".  Copyright The Trustees of the National Museums of Scotland


Gallery: National Museum of Scotland
Location: Auldgirth


All Art Works by this Artist

Old Friars Carse

A Mill on the Nith

Dalswinton, the ruins of the old castle uncovered

Dalswinton House, the Residence of Patrick Miller Esq

Dalswinton House and Loch, where the first steamboat sailed

Burns

Burns

Designs for Tongueland Bridge

About the Artist

Artist: Alexander Nasmyth
Date of Birth: 1758
Date of Death: 1840
Place of Death: Edinburgh
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:


Education:
Trustees Academy, Edinburgh (became assistant to Allan Ramsay)


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Exhibited At:
Royal Academy; Royal Scottish Academy


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Bibliography:
Alexander Nasmyth 1758-1840: a man of the Scottish Renaissance, Janet Cooksey, Paul Harris, London, 1991. The Nasmyth Family of Painters, P Johnson and E Money, 1977.


Notes:
Became friendly with Robert Burns whose portrait he painted in 1787. They influenced each other. Painted 4 portraits of Burns. His outspokeness and political views held him back as a portrait painter. Painted a number of views of Dalswinton and the Millar family. Sixteen Engravings from Real Scenes, supposed to be described in the Novels and Tales of the "Author of Waverley", engraved by W H Lizars, Edinburgh, 1821. His Gilnocky Tower was engraved in the Border Antiquities plate11 and Vol 2 facing p 337 of Abbotsford edition of the Waverley Novels of Sir Walter Scott. The original oil on canvas 16 by 22 in is in a private collection.