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View of Ellisland from the Front by George Houston

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View of Ellisland from the Front

Artist: George Houston
Title: View of Ellisland from the Front
Date: Not Known
Medium: Etching
Description:

One of a series of 12 prints by George Houston titled “Burns’ Country”  12 etchings from a limited edition of 25.  Commentary by Neil Munro attached to reverse of frame:

“The site was pleasant,” says Christopher North, “on the edge of a high bank of the Nith, commanding a wide and beautiful prospect – holms, plains, woods, and hills, and a long reach of the sweeping river.” To Jean Armour, during the happy weeks which followed her joining him there, he wrote:


O, were I on Parnassus hill,
Or had of Helicon my fill,
That I might catch poetic skill
To sing how dear I love thee!

But Nith maun be my muse’s well,
My muse maun be thy bonny sell,
On Corsincon I’ll glower and spell,
And write how dear I love thee.


Gallery: North Ayrshire Museums Service
Location: Auldgirth


All Art Works by this Artist

View of Ellisland from the Front

The Nith at Ellisland

Ellisland

Burns' House, Dumfries

Brow On The Solway

About the Artist

Artist: George Houston
Date of Birth: 1869
Date of Death: 1947
Place of Death: Dalry, Ayrshire
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:


Education:


Professional Bodies:
ARSA, 1900; RSW, 1908; RI, 1920; RSA, 1925


Exhibited At:
Royal Scottish Academy; RSW, Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts; Aberdeen Artists' Society; Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours; Liverpool


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Associates:


Bibliography:

George Houston, Douglas R Irving, Houston Idylls, 1997.

 

Twelve Etchings, George Houston with notes by Neil Munro.

 

George Houston Nature's Limner, Euan Robson, Atelier Books, Edinburgh, 1997.

 

Image, photograph of George Houston by kind permission of Euan Robson.


Notes:
Painter in oil and watercolour, also etcher.  An etching, Burns House, Dumfries is at Rozelle Art Gallery, Ayr (946 R AYRRH 760 107), one of a series he produced of twelve etchings of places connected with Robert Burns.  The set is in the North Ayrshire Museum and Art Gallery.  "Houston travelled quite extensively throughout Scotland taking in scenes from Sutherland in the north to Dumfriesshire and the Solway in the south" (Stewartry Museum file).  His Near Dalry, Galloway was exhibited at the RGI 1919.  His A View Across the Nith to Criffel, Bonhams, Edinburgh, 11/4/2002.