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Scottish Clan Prints and Cards
Highlanders of Scotland
Kenneth MacLeay RSA
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These magnificent water color paintings by the
noted Victorian minimalist, Kenneth MacLeay, RSA, were commissioned by Queen Victoria herself. They depict retainers of
the Royal Household at Balmoral, and individuals from around Scotland representing the principle clans and their followers.
The original paintings now reside in HRH Queen Elizabeth II's private collection in Windsor Castle.
In 1870, colored lithographs of the whole series
were collated in a twin-volume publication measuring 22x19 inches, entitled HIGHLANDERS OF SCOTLAND. (You can purchase
them here as fine quality art prints framed to your own specifications.)
The Clans of the Scottish Highlands
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Born in 1803, Robert Ronald McIan became an actor
and he too became enthralled with tartans. McIan was also something of a painter and with the encouragement and collaboration
of his friend James Logan, utilised those skills to produce The Clans of the Scottish Highlands, a series of 74 artworks
in all. (You can see and buy here as museum-quality fine art prints framed to your own specifications).
Scottish Clan Series
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The legendary Raphael Tuck was born in East Prussia
(now part of Germany) in 1821 and emigrated to England in 1865, with his wife Ernestine and their seven children. His first
business venture was in London in 1866 with a picture-framing shop that also sold prints and furniture. Four years later,
three of his sons joined the business and, within 12 months, they had started production of their first greeting cards,
including special ones for Christmas - a market to which they introduced many new features. (You can purchase them here
as fine quality art prints framed to your own specifications.)