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St Ninian's Cave, Glasserton by [Sir] Herbert Maxwell

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St Ninian's Cave, Glasserton

Artist: [Sir] Herbert Maxwell
Title: St Ninian's Cave, Glasserton
Date: 1884
Medium: Pencil
Description:

7.5 by 9 inches

 

This drawing appeared as a lithograph in an article by Sir Herbert on the 1884 excavations at St Ninian's Cave, which was published in the Transactions of the Ayr and Galloway Archaeological Association, 1885


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Whithorn


All Art Works by this Artist

St Ninian's Cave, Glasserton

Rhododendron Niveum

On the Cree

Narcissus Queen of Spain

Hamamelis Mollis

Excavations at Barhapple Crannog

Cottage on Airlour Shore

Corsewall, High Tide

Aconitum Wilsoni and Helianthus Mollis

About the Artist

Artist: [Sir] Herbert Maxwell
Date of Birth: 1845
Date of Death: 1937
Place of Death:
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Monreith, Wigtownshire


Education:
Christ Church, Oxford


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Associates:
Andrew Lang


Bibliography:

Sir Herbert Maxwell was himself a much published author.  Studies in the Topography of Galloway was published in 1887 and his last work Evening Memories was published in 1932.

His 1923 work Flowers, a Garden Notebook is entirely illustrated by his own paintings.


Notes:

Sir Herbert Maxwell has been described as 'probably the most gifted scholarly country gentleman in Scotland for the duration of his long life.' He was an MP and Lord Lieutenant.  He was a prolific writer, author of sixty works in a wide variety of fields: archaeology, philology, arboriculture and horticulture, fishing and shoting, history and biography.

 Herbert Maxwell painted and drew throughout his long life.  He painted local scenes and sketched people and places but is perhaps best remembered for the watercolours of the plants in his garden at Monreith.