3 edition of Kenneth Macleay, 1802-1878 found in the catalog.
Kenneth Macleay, 1802-1878
|Statement||by Helen Smailes.|
|Series||Scottish masters -- 16|
|Contributions||National Galleries of Scotland.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
MacLeay, Kenneth, Victoria Queen of Great Britain, -- Art patronage. Costume -- Scotland -- Highlands. Clans -- Scotland -- Highlands. Watercolor painting, Victorian -- Scotland. Portraits, Scottish. Notes. Originally published: London, Illustrations in this edition taken directly from the original watercolours. Creator: Hill, David Octavius, and Adamson, Robert, Title: Calotypes by D. O. Hill. R.S.A. and R. Adamson (Stanfield Album).
Explore books by Helen Smailes with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Kenneth Macleay, - Scottish masters 16 (Paperback) Please provide me with your latest book news, views and details of Waterstones’ special offers. Reviews: Helen Smailes, Kenneth MacLeay, , National Galleries of Scotland, (Sara Stevenson); Glyn Satterley, The Highland Game – Life on Scottish Sporting Estates, Portfolio Gallery, Edinburgh, (Alexandra Aikman); John Blakemore, Inscape, .
The Macintosh tartan as shown in Kenneth MacLeay's – Queen Victoria's Highlanders of Scotland. Kenneth MacLeay (RSA RSW, - ) was born in Oban and made his reputation with watercolour portraits. These varied in size from miniatures to large full-length photographs of Highland Chiefs. Book boards covered with maroon leather embossed with an identical pattern on both the front and back. six images cover/originally covered other images. It appears that Hill and Adamson did not like their original choice of several images, and later mounted different images over the originals. MacLeay, Kenneth, Miller, James.
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MACLEAY, KENNETH, the younger (–), miniature-painter, born at Oban on 4 Julywas son of Dr. Kenneth Macleay [q.
v.]; his mother belonged to the Macdonald family of Keppoch, Inverness-shire. His early years were spent at Crieff. Get this from a library. Kenneth Macleay, [Helen Smailes; National Galleries of Scotland.].
Kenneth MacLeay - - - Queen Victoria commissioned MacLeay to paint portraits of her favorite servants in The project took four years and is considered MacLeay's best work.
This portrait is of William Ross, Piper to Queen Victoria, at Windsor Castle in Kenneth MacLeay, A.R.S.A., R.S.W. () Two studies for a portrait of Prince Alfred (one illustrated) the first signed, inscribed and dated 'The queen had this sketch in her hands often/It is the original one for Prince Alfred/ KML' (upper centre) and further inscribed 'This is the one M r Macleay with all respect/and deference w d suggest as the best' (lower centre) Kenneth Macleay numbered 'N.
Kenneth Macleay. Scottish ( - ) Share artist. All artists. 1802-1878 book Kenneth Macleay Landscape Unknown. Biography. Born Died Nationality Scottish. Birth place Oban. Death place Edinburgh.
Macleay was born in Oban on the west coast of Scotland. The son of a surgeon, he was already producing competent miniatures on ivory when he entered. Kenneth Macleay (the younger) (Oban, Scotland, 4 July - 3 NovemberEdinburgh) Macleay was one of those artists whose profession was to a large extent destroyed by the invention of photography, being 1802-1878 book miniature-painter in the enjoyment of an extensive practice in Edinburgh.
Kenneth MacLeay was a British 19th Century artist who was born in Their work was featured in an exhibition at The Queen's Gallery, Buckingham h MacLeay's work has been offered at auction multiple times, with realized prices ranging from $ USD to $3, USD, depending on the size and medium of the ality: British.
David Octavius Hill (–); Robert Adamson (–), Kenneth Macleay (), ca. Salted paper print from paper negative. Graphic Arts Collection GA in process. Kenneth Macleay was a Scottish painter who specialized. Kenneth Macleay, R.S.A. (Scottish, ) Donald Campbell of Sonachan, wearing blue Eton suit, white chemise with frilled collar, blonde hair.
Gilt-metal frame. Rectangular, 72mm (2 13/16in) high. Footnotes. Donald was born in He was the son of Robert and Susan Campbell of Sonachan, located on the banks of Lochawe in Argyllshire. Macleay, Kenneth () This deservedly popular book was compiled with scrupulous care from original documents and oral tradition whenever deemed genuine.
Macleay was father of Kenneth Macleay the younger [q. v.] [Brit. Mus. Cat.] G. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Kenneth Macleay, R.S.A. (Scottish, ) A pair of portraits of Donald and Isabella Campbell of Sonachan: the former, wearing blue Eton suit, white chemise with frilled collar, blonde hair; the latter, wearing white dress with sky blue sash and matching ribbons at her shoulders, she holds a sprig of holly in her left hand, blonde hair.
- The Macintosh tartan as shown in Kenneth MacLeay's – Queen Victoria's Highlanders of Scotland. Kenneth MacLeay (RSA RSW, - ) was born in Oban and made his reputation with watercolour portraits. These varied in size from miniatures to large full-length photographs of Highland Chiefs. He worked for the Royal family producing watercolours of the Highland clans later.
Kenneth MacLeay – – – Queen Victoria commissioned MacLeay to paint portraits of her favorite servants in The project took four years and is considered MacLeay’s best work.
This portrait is of William Ross, Piper to Queen Victoria, at Windsor Castle in Author of The Queen's image, Hidden Assets, A portrait gallery for Scotland, Kenneth Macleay, (Scottish Masters), Concise Catalogue of the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Andrew Geddes,John Zephaniah Bell, (Scottish Masters), Scottish empire.
Kenneth MacLeay RSA Kenneth McLeay was born in Oban, Scotland, in He studied at the trustees' Academy in Edinburgh He was a Foundation Associate Member of the Scottish Academy - and became RSA from Kenneth Macleay RSA (British, ) The Miller of Invernahyle inscribed 'The Miller of/Invernahyle/vide Waverley' (on label verso) oil on panel x 18 cm.
(9 5/8 x 7 1/16 in.) Footnotes. A watercolour version of this picture, datedwas sold in these rooms on Aug (lot ).
Macleay noted in a letter which accompanied. Kenneth MacLeay (RSA RSW, - ) was born in Oban and made his reputation with watercolour portraits. These varied in size from miniatures to large full-length photographs of Highland Chiefs.
He worked for the Royal family producing watercolours of the Highland clans later published as 'Highlanders of Scotland' (). The Macintosh tartan as shown in Kenneth MacLeay's – Queen Victoria's Highlanders of Scotland. Kenneth MacLeay (RSA RSW, - ) was born in. With one of the largest book inventories in the world, find the book you are looking for.
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