"The Scottish Chiefs" 1921 cover art by N.C. Wyeth
My copy of "The Scottish Chiefs" N.C. (Newell Convers) Wyeth [American Golden Age Illustrator, 1882-1945] Patriarch of three generations of Wyeth-Hurd artists, including son Andrew Wyeth and grandson Jamie Wyeth Oil on canvas Brandywine River Museum brandywine.doetech.net/results.cfm?ParentID=366739&St... ______ My scan and digital restoration
Irish Wedding by Ivy Lee Photography
One of the perks about working for The Bride Link is being able to see (and share) all the unique weddings captured by our Knoxville wedding photographers. One of our vendors, Ivy Lee Photography, recently sent over an Irish wedding they shot, and I couldn’t pass up a chance to post it on the blog.
John Brown (1826-1883) - Find A Grave Memorial
Royal Servant. Born at Crathie, Aberdeenshire, Scotland. He served as a stable-boy on the Balmoral estate in Deeside in 1842 before it was acquired by Queen Victoria and Prince Albert as their retreat. Brown was first mentioned in the Queen's journal in 1849. In 1858, he became Prince Albert's personal attendant. Three...
British School, 18th century - St Jamess Park and the Mall
St James’s Park was laid out by Charles II in the formal French style with avenues of trees and a long rectangular canal. This scene is viewed looking back towards Whitehall Palace down the oblique avenue of trees. Westminster Abbey is visible in the distance including Hawksmoor’s façade towers completed in 1745. To the right of this painting is the quadruple avenue of trees with a wide aperture down the middle, containing a surface of crushed cockle-shells. This was originally created (...