Collection consisting chiefly of sketches and drawings by Lieutenant-General G H Hutton, part 2, box 9. Edit

Summary

Component Unique Identifier
Adv.MS.30.5.23 (9 of 14), numbers 106-117
Level of Description
File

Dates

  • 1781-1820, and undated. (Creation)

Extents

  • 23 Items (Whole)

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Notes

  • Scope and Contents

    The contents are as follows: Perthshire (106) Fowlis Easter, Collegiate Church, sketch, 1814, of south-west view; (107a) Gowrie, Castle, print of view looking east ‘drawn by General Hutton’ for ‘The portfolio’ published 1823; reproduction from the (missing) original drawing in ‘The antiquities of Scotland’ by Francis Grose (London: Samuel Hooper, 1791), volume 2, following page 244; (107b) Gowrie, Castle, print of south view ‘drawn by General Hutton’ for ‘The portfolio’ published 1823; for the original drawing see (108). (107c) Gowrie, Castle, Monks’ Tower, drawing, 1783; reproduced in ‘The antiquities of Scotland’ by Francis Grose (London: Samuel Hooper, 1791), volume 2, between pages 244 and 245; (108) Gowrie, Castle, drawing, 1783, of south view; for print, 1823, see (107b); (109) Gowrie, Castle, drawing, 1783, of north view; (110) Gowrie, Castle, drawing, 1783, of interior view from entrance looking south; (111) Inchaffray, Abbey, drawing, 1781, of remains; (112a) Inchaffray, Abbey, drawing, 1788, of south-west aspect; (112b) Inchaffray, Abbey, drawing, 1781, of remains; (113) Inchmahome, Priory, drawing, 1789, of west face, colour added by Paul Sandby; see also MS.2933, folio 189; number 62 in an exhibition at Edinburgh University to mark fifty years of chair of archaeology, Summer 1977; number 4.42 in the exhibition ‘The discovery of Scotland’ at the National Gallery of Scotland, October-November 1978 and was reproduced in black and white in the accompanying catalogue ‘The discovery of Scotland’ by James Holloway and Lindsay Errington (Edinburgh: National Gallery of Scotland, 1978), figure 48; (114a) Inchmahome, Priory, drawing, 1789, of north view; (114b) Inchmahome, Priory, conjectural drawing, 1826, by William M Stirling of pre-Reformation condition of priory viewed from the north; (114c) Inchmahome, Priory, copy of drawing, 1827, by William M Stirling of west face; number 61 in an exhibition at Edinburgh University to mark fifty years of the chair of archaeology, and was reproduced in accompanying catalogue ‘Three centuries of Scottish archaeology’ by Stuart Piggott and Marjorie Robertson (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1977); (114d) Inchmahome, Priory, pencil sketch, 1815, by William M Stirling, with verses on verso; (114e) Inchmahome, Priory, drawing, 1826, of section of pillar; (114f) Inchmahome, Priory, plan, 1826, by William M Stirling; (115a)-(115b) Perth, two copies apparently of the 1805 edition of the plan inset in ‘Map of the countries of Perth and Clackmannan’ by James Stobie, previously published 1783; (116a) Perth, incomplete sketch, 1783, of view from the east bank of the River Tay looking south; see also (116b); (116b) Perth, drawing, 1783, of view from the east bank of the River Tay looking south; see also (116a); (116c) Perth, engraving, undated, of south-east prospect taken from Wood End by Alexander Robertson, inscribed by Lady Charlotte Murray; (117) Perth, Barracks, drawing, 1783, of portion looking south.

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