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Stone Circle, Glenquicken by Henry Joseph Moule

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Stone Circle, Glenquicken

Artist: Henry Joseph Moule
Title: Stone Circle, Glenquicken
Date: Not Known
Medium: Watercolour
Description: Malcolm Harper used this painting of the stones at Glenquicken as an illustration in his Rambles in Galloway


Gallery: Dorset County Museum
Location: Newton Stewart


All Art Works by this Artist

Stone Circle, Glenquicken

Rosebank Drawing Room

Lochmabreck

Kennel Field Grove

In the Kennel Field

In the Broad Meadow

In the Belvedere

In Parsonage Grove

In Lady Annes Walk

In Inner Gallahill

In Cally Park

Gatehouse from Garries Field

Gatehouse Bridge

Carrick Bay and Lawrie's Isle

Cardoness Tower from Cow Park

Cardoness Tower

Cairnsmore from Kennel Field

Cairnsmore from Kennel Field

At the Bush Bridge

At Kirkdale Rocks with Isle of Man in Distance

At Carrick

At Carrick

About the Artist

Artist: Henry Joseph Moule
Date of Birth: 1825
Date of Death: 1904
Place of Death: Dorchester
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Rosebank, Gatehouse of Fleet, 1862-1877


Education:
University of Cambridge


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Bibliography:

Rambles in Galloway, Malcolm McLachlan Harper.

A Victorian View of Dorset, the life and watercolours of Henry Joseph Moule MA, 1825 - 1904, Gwen Yarker, Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society, 1997

 

Image,photograph of the artist, by kind permission of Gwen Yarker and the Dorset Natural History and Archaeological Society


Notes:

Factor to Mr Murray Stewart at Cally, Gatehouse in the 1860s and 1870s before returning to Dorset. Curator of the county museum there in the 1880s and 90s. Illustrated Gatehouse of Fleet and Anwoth Old Kirk, as full plates and a number of other views in Rambles in Galloway (see bibliography). 202 of his watercolours of Gatehouse and Galloway are in Dorset County Museum. Got to know Thomas Hardy through their mutual interest in watercolours. Wrote to Hardy 3/10/1881 telling him that the drawings lent to be copied for Rambles in Galloway were "detestably" done. (Yarker) see bibliography.

Moule's Cally landscapes were the subject of a lecture to the Garden History Society in Scotland at their study weekend in South West Scotland 11 and 12 May 2007