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Wanlockhead, work in progress by John Clerk of Eldin

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Wanlockhead, work in progress

Artist: John Clerk of Eldin
Title: Wanlockhead, work in progress
Date: Not Known
Medium: Ink and wash
Description: 30 by 51 cm


Gallery: Dumfries Museum
Location: Wanlockhead


All Art Works by this Artist

Wanlockhead, work in progress

Elliock, Sanquhar

Dumfries, View of Dumfries Bridge

Dumfries from the Dock

Dumfries from North West

Dumfries from Maxwelltown

About the Artist

Artist: John Clerk of Eldin
Date of Birth: 1728
Date of Death: 1812
Place of Death:
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Visited Moffat where he took the waters


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Associates:
Robert Adam, Paul Sandby


Bibliography:

John Clerk of Eldin, Geoffrey Bertram, Edinburgh, 1978.

 

A View of the Leadmines at Wanlockhead 1775, W S Harvey and G Downs Rose, Transactions of the Dumfriesshire and Galloway Antiquarian and Natural History society, third series, Vol. 54.


Notes:

His wife Susannah was a sister of the architects Adam.

 

May also have visited Galloway in connection with his illustration of Hutton's geological work, for instance his Veining: Cairnsmore of Fleet. 

 

Image of artist by kind permission of Trustees of the National Museums of Scotland, on loan to the Scottish National Portrait Gallery - John Clerk of Eldin, 1728 - 1812 by James Saxon.

 

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