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Oratory of Queen Mary of Lorraine

Skene, James, 1827, Watercolour
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Oratory of Queen Mary of Lorraine
Oratory of Queen Mary of Lorraine
Oratory of Queen Mary of Lorraine
Oratory of Queen Mary of Lorraine
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Oratory of Queen Mary of Lorraine and lintel and doorway in Blythe's Close
A street scene set in Blythe's Close, Edinburgh, showing the Oratory of Mary of Guise. People are talking in the narrow road. A priest stands in a building by a panelled door and above a carved inscription, both of which are shown in more detail in the insets below. On the door there are heraldic shields and depictions of Mary of Guise and James V.
1827
21 x 16 cm.
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection
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