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In The Artists' FootstepsTubbing on the Urr at Glenlair by Jemima Wedderburn

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Tubbing on the Urr at Glenlair

Artist: Jemima Wedderburn
Title: Tubbing on the Urr at Glenlair
Date: 1843
Medium: Watercolour
Description:

This watercolour shows the young James Clerk Maxwell tubbing on the Urr at Glenlair with his cousin Jemima Wedderburn.

Image by kind permission of the James Clerk Maxwell Foundation.

www.clerkmaxwellfoundation.org

 


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Castle Douglas


All Art Works by this Artist

Tubbing on the Urr at Glenlair

The Wedderburns arriving at Glenlair

Source of the Clyde

Riding at Glenlair

Kirkcudbright

John and James Clerk Maxwell at Newton

In Memoriam

Highland Society Cattle Show

Curling at St Mary's Isle

About the Artist

Artist: Jemima Wedderburn
Date of Birth: 1823
Date of Death: 1909
Place of Death:
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Visited her aunt and uncle at Glenlair, the home of the parents of the celebrated scientist James Clerk Maxwell also her aunt and uncle at St Mary's Isle, Kirkcudbright


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Exhibited At:
Royal Academy; Royal Scottish Academy


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Bibliography:

Jemima: paintings and memoirs of a Victorian lady, Rob Fairley, Canongate, Edinburgh, 1988.

 

Image, photograph of the artist at work courtesy of Rob Fairley

 

 The 175th anniversary of the birth of James Clerk Maxwell was celebrated with events in Galloway on 13th June 2006


Notes:

Friend and cousin of the scientist James Clerk Maxwell. Married Hugh Blackburn, Professor of Mathematics at Glasgow University. Recently many volumes of her sketch books have come to light. The National Gallery of Scotland has five drawings, three of which appear to be in the parish church, Kirkcudbright. The James Clerk Maxwell Foundation in Edinburgh also has a number of Jemima Wedderburn watercolours relating to visits to Glenlair, the childhood home of James Clerk Maxwell and St Mary's Isle. For more information on the James Clerk Maxwell Foundation and the events celebrating the 175th anniversary of the birth of James Clerk Maxwell visit the web site www.clerkmaxwellfoundation.org