Accident on the Road to Inverness

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Date:1820 - 1830 (c.)

Description:This is an oil painting on canvas depicting a carriage accident on the road to Inverness in Scotland. In the background is Castle Stuart near Inverness. From this landmark it is possible to work out that Inverness would be to the left and Nairn to the right. In the background are ships which would have been in the Moray Firth, travelling to and from Inverness and the North Sea. It was painted by the Scottish School at an unknown date. Framed size Height 570mm, Width 785mm, Depth 65mm


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Image courtesy of: Compton Verney House Trust

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