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LATE 18TH CENTURY PORTRAIT OF DR JAMES PERRY (D.1824), SURGEON, ABERDEENSHIRE: SCOTTISH SCHOOL

Late Century Portrait Of Dr James Perry Surgeon, Aberdeenshire: Scottish School

Sir Joshua Reynolds_- John Murray, 4th Earl  of Dunmore, 1765

Sir Joshua Reynolds John Murray, Earl of Dunmore 1765 National Gallery of Scotland

Franciszek Bieliński - wojewoda chełmiński w 1732 roku.

Franciszek Bieliński - wojewoda chełmiński w 1732 roku.

"William Henry, Duke of Gloucester" by Francis Cotes (1769) in the Royal Collection, UK - From the curators' comments: "This portrait wearing the uniform of colonel of the 1st Foot Guards, with the Garter riband and Star, was probably that exhibited at the Royal Acdemy in 1769 and described by Horace Walpole as 'exceedingly like'. The sitter appears wearing the uniform of colonel of the 1st Foot Guards, with much gold braid and the Garter riband and Star."

This portrait wearing the uniform of colonel of the Foot Guards, with the Garter riband and Star, was probably that exhibited at the Royal Acdemy in

Marianne Loir (French, circa 1715 - after 1769), Portrait of a Man, circa 1750, oil on canvas, Museum Purchase; Funds provided by the Janet and Richard Geary Endowment for European Art, 2013.

Marianne Loir (French, circa 1715 - after Portrait of a Man, circa oil on canvas, Museum Purchase; Funds provided by the Janet and Richard Geary Endowment for European Art,

Sgian-dubh - Wikipedia - The sgian-dubh (/SKEAN-dhu;Scottish Gaelic) is a small, singled-edged knife (Gaelic sgian) worn as part of traditional Scottish Highland dress along with the kilt. It is worn tucked into the top of the kilt hose with only the upper portion of the hilt visible. Although the primary meaning of dubh is "black", the secondary meaning of "hidden" is at the root of sgian-dubh. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sgian_dubh#

A stag antler Sgian Dubh is a small single edged knife worn as part of traditional Scottish Highland dress along with the kilt.

Allan Ramsay, Portrait of Norman, Twenty-second Chief of Macleod, 1747

Portrait of Norman, Twenty-second Chief of Macleod, 1747 by Allan Ramsay (Scottish

L'ELEGANT. Gravure peinte à l'époque publiée le 25 mai 1786 (d'après une inscription au crayon au dos) incluse avec deux autres gravures de mode dans une reliure du XIXe siècle dans laquelle est incluse aussi la première édition du tome I de : Les Nuits de Paris (1788) de Nicolas Edme Restif de la Bretonne (1734 - 1806).

L'ELEGANT. Gravure peinte à l'époque publiée le 25 mai 1786 (d'après une inscription au crayon au dos) incluse avec deux autres gravures de mode dans une reliure du XIXe siècle dans laquelle est incluse aussi la première édition du tome I de : Les Nuits de Paris (1788) de Nicolas Edme Restif de la Bretonne (1734 - 1806).

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