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Caerlaverock Castle by David Roberts

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Caerlaverock Castle

Artist: David Roberts
Title: Caerlaverock Castle
Date: Not Known
Medium: Lithograph
Description:


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Caerlaverock Castle


All Art Works by this Artist

Caerlaverock Castle

Lincluden Abbey

About the Artist

Artist: David Roberts
Date of Birth: 1796
Date of Death: 1864
Place of Death: London
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:


Education:


Professional Bodies:
Hon RSA, 1829; ARA,1838; RA1841


Exhibited At:
Royal Academy; Royal Scottish Academy; Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts


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Bibliography:
Scotland: picturesque, historical, descriptive, John Parker Lawson, John G Murdoch.


Notes:

Best known for his work in Spain and the 1838-9 visit to Egypt and the Holy Land. Contributed to Lawson's Scotland c1845 (see bibliography). Painted Caerlaverock Castle. His first work shown at the British Institute,1825, was New Abbey, Dumfriesshire (sic), untraced.

 

Image of artist by kind permission of Scottish National Portrait Gallery - David Roberts, 1796 - 1864 by Robert Scott Lauder