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Monument of Lord Caithness

Skene, James, 1827, Watercolour
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Monument of Lord Caithness
Monument of Lord Caithness
Monument of Lord Caithness
Monument of Lord Caithness
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Monument of Lord Caithness as it stood in the Old Kirk of St.Giles, taken down 1826.
A monument in St Giles Cathedral, Edinburgh, consists of an alcove set into a wall with a carved stonework gothic arch above. A chair and table lie to its right and there are two people, one standing and a woman sitting, to the left by a door. Outside the doorway there is a statue of a horse and rider.
22 x 28 cm.
Edinburgh and Scottish Collection
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