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Sketchbook

ca. 1780-1800 (drawn)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

Sketchbook containing several pages of notes in pencil relating to Scottish topography and customs, also some light sketches of figures and places, Bass Kirk, Wharton and Falkirk. Three sketches are dated with the day and month but not the year. The are 24 leaves in total but many other have, at some point, been cut out.


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Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Volume containing pencil sketches and notes
Brief Description
Sketchbook by Joseph Farington R.A., containing several pages of notes in pencil relating to Scottish topography and customs, also some light sketches of figures and places. Great Britain, ca. 1780-1800.
Physical Description
Sketchbook containing several pages of notes in pencil relating to Scottish topography and customs, also some light sketches of figures and places, Bass Kirk, Wharton and Falkirk. Three sketches are dated with the day and month but not the year. The are 24 leaves in total but many other have, at some point, been cut out.
Dimensions
  • Size of volume height: 6.375in
  • Width: 8.875in
Credit line
Presented by F. R. Meatyard
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Places Depicted
Collection
Accession Number
P.82-1921

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record createdFebruary 1, 2011
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