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Foreshore at Newbie, Annan by [Sir] William Jardine

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Foreshore at Newbie, Annan

Artist: [Sir] William Jardine
Title: Foreshore at Newbie, Annan
Date: 1865
Medium: Pencil on paper
Description:

14.2 by 17.75 cms

Sir William Jardine was the first president of the Dumfriesshire and Galloway Natural History and Antiquarian Society.  In a manuscript volume of proceedings and other papers relating to the period 1862 to 1866 there are two drawings by Sir William showing members of the society on a field trip to Newbie near Annan in September 1865 to examine the site of some burial cists, which had been exposed by erosion.  Further information on the manuscript, the drawings and the field trip are contained in an article by James Williams entitled Notes on Coastal Erosion and Mid 19th Century Antiquaries at Newbie Shore, Annan, published in Volume LXXVII of the transactions of the society.

The discoveries made by the society and by others in due course raised great interest among artists such as the young E A Hornel and it was this interest, which inspired Hornel and Henry to incorporate archaelogical finds in their joint work The Druids, Bringing in the Mistletoe and also in Hornel's Brownie of Blednoch.


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Annan


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About the Artist

Artist: [Sir] William Jardine
Date of Birth: 1800
Date of Death: 1874
Place of Death: Sandown, Isle of Wight
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Jardine Hall, Lockerbie


Education:


Professional Bodies:
HRSA, 1827


Exhibited At:
RSA


Mentors:


Associates:
Married Jean Home Lizars, sister off William Lizars


Bibliography:
Sir Willaim Jardine, A Life in Natural History, Christine E Jackson and Peter Davis, Leicester University Press, 2001


Notes:

Sir William Jardine was a leading naturalist who did much to promote an interest in natural history.  "When writing his books, he learned to etch, to draw on wood blocks for wood engraving, to lithograph and to use a variant of lithography called papyrography.  One of ther finest books on fishes ever printed was Jardine's The British Salmonidae, for which he did the drawings and etchings himself."  (Jackson and Davis, see bibliography)

Sir William was the first President of the Dumfrieshsire and Galloway Natural History and Antiquarian Society from its founding in 1862 till his death in 1874