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The Town of Perth


Print after John Heaviside Clark

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The Town of Perth





Landscape showing a group of neo-classical buildings on the fringes of a town in the middle ground, with a bridge across a broad river which winds into the foreground, looping around an island, ships moored and a steam-ship, with fields and scattered buildings on a low hill on the far side to right, mountains in the background to left, seen from a grassy hill-top in the foreground where men and women are sitting and walking. 1824. Hand-coloured etching and aquatint.
Additional Makers: Print maker - John Heaviside Clark; Publisher - Smith, Elder & Co
Inscription: Lettered below the image with the title in open, strengthened letters around a crest lettered with the motto 'Pro Rege Lege et Grege' and 'Drawn on the Spot by I. Clark. / London, Published by Smith & Elder, Fenchurch Street, 1824.'
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Elgin, Moray, Scotland



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