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Garden, Summer House, Murthy Castle


A watercolor painting of Murthly Castle in Scotland by Baltimore native Alfred Jacob Miller. Captain Stewart, a Scottish explorer and friend of Millers, had taken Miller on a trip to Scotland where he showed him Murthly Castle and inspired him to create this piece along with a series of other paintings and sketches.


circa 1840


Watercolor on paper


5 x 7.5 inches

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Gift of Mrs. Laurence R. Carton

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