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Heriot's Hospital, north side of quadrangle

Unknown, 1850, Salted paper print
of 197
Heriot's Hospital, north side of quadrangle
Heriot's Hospital, north side of quadrangle
Heriot's Hospital, north side of quadrangle
Library Item
3828
Heriot's Hospital, north side of quadrangle
A view of Heriot's School, Edinburgh which has a Renaissance design with many ornately carved windows. Carved into the wall is a niche with a statue of a man in it. The man has a beard and moustache. He is wearing a doublet, breeches, a neck ruff and a cloak. The niche has columns on either side and the surrounding windows have ornate carving of stylised flowers and angels above them. A row of arches can be seen beneath the statue.
1850
15.2 x 20 cm
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection
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