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Antique painting of two children in the highlands by the artist James Currie.

Plaid - Antique Painting of Two Children wearing Tartan, in The Highlands - by Artist James Currie

John Drummond, 4th titular Duke of Perth, 1714 - 1747. Jacobite  This portrait is the main surviving image of the duke. It was painted in 1739, when Drummond was a member of the Society of Young Gentlemen Travellers in Rome by Dominca Dupra

John Drummond, titular Duke of Perth, 1714 - Jacobite This portrait is the main surviving image of the duke. It was painted in when Drummond was a member of the Society of Young Gentlemen Travellers in Rome by Dominca Dupra

James Angus Graham, 7th Duke of Montrose  (1907 – 1992), styled Earl of Kincardine until 1925 & Marquess of Graham 1925 - 1954, was a British-born Rhodesian politician. Born in Scotland, he maintained a lifelong interest in politics & was a lover of all things Scottish. As Marquess of Graham, the Duke was educated at Eton & Christ Church, Oxford. Always a keen Gaelic speaker with a great fondness for the Highlands & Islands of Scotland, he lies buried in the family cemetery near Loch Lomond

James Angus Graham, Duke of Montrose – styled Earl of…

c. 1780. Detail of "A Highland Dance" by David Allan.

Detail of "A Highland Dance" by David Allan.

The Highland Keeper's Daughter

Vintage steel engraving the highland keepers daughter dogs collie woman in landcape

An Unknown child, called Charles Lawton; Portrait of a child in Scottish costume | 1856 |   V Museum

An Unknown child, called Charles Lawton

Portrait miniature of an unknown child, called 'Charles Lawton', dated watercolour on ivory, painted by William Maw Egley Museum Number

Scottish Boy With Wolfhounds In A Highland Landscape James Jnr Hardy

Scottish Boy With Wolfhounds In A Highland Landscape James Jnr Hardy

Portrait of Master Hugh Allan, in the hills of Scotland.  1876 by William Notman (1826-1891)

This hand-tinted portrait illustrates William Notman’s impressive aesthetic range and flexibility.

+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+  Wonderfully confident boy with deep Scottish roots. 1899.

:::::::::: Antique Photograph ::::::::: Wonderfully confident boy with deep Scottish roots.

Prince Charlies 1720-88 farewell to Flora Macdonald 1722-90 - (after) Joy, George William

Outlander: Painting by George W. Joy depicting Bonnie Prince Charlie taking his leave with the Scottish heroine Flora MacDonald, after she helped him flee Scotland.

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