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Dunskie [Dunskey] Castle by Frances Scott

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Frances Scott

Dunskie [Dunskey] Castle

Artist: Frances Scott
Title: Dunskie [Dunskey] Castle
Date: Not Known
Medium: Pencil, pen and ink, watercolour wash, ink and brush on paper
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314 x 505 mm; Tate Gallery Ref No. T08607

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Gallery: Tate Gallery, London
Location: Dunskey Castle


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Artist: Frances Scott
Date of Birth: 1750
Date of Death: 1815
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Bibliography:
Memoire of Frances Lady Douglas by Lady Louisa Stuart, edited by Jill Rubenstein, Edinburgh 1985


Notes:
Painted Dunskey Castle near Portpatrick, pencil, pen and ink watercolour wash and ink on paper. See Tate Gallery web site. There is a fine portrait at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery by Sir Joshua Reynolds believed to be of Frances Scott. She was also painted by Paul Sandby (Bridgeman Art library website)