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    The pass of Glencoe; view on a mountain side looking towards rocky peaks, within a borderPen and black ink, with grey wash, on grey paper, 1945

    The pass of Glencoe; view on a mountain side looking towards rocky peaks, within a borderPen and black ink, with grey wash, on grey paper British Museum Images

    View in Glen Coe; Picturesque views in Scotland, 1801

    in Glen Coe; Picturesque views in Scotland Plate 3: a field among high mountains: three figures on the right along a path with an arched bridge, two horses in a shade in the field in front of the path, three British Museum Images

    View of Glencoe, from the Head of the Glen, 1795

    View of Glencoe, from the Head of the Glen Landscape with ledges of rocky cliffs, covered with foliage, with a few small trees and clouds around the tops, with a carriage passing over a waterfall to right; after Riddell. British Museum Images

    View of Glenco, 1813

    View of Glenco Landscape; steep mountains with a stream cutting through the valley between them, from the distance on the right, zig-zagging under a narrow bridge, into the foreground, water flowing into it from the mountain sides, seen from British Museum Images

    Valley of Glencoe, 1795

    Valley of Glencoe Landscape with bridge over falls, two figures on horseback crossing, mountains in the background, trees at right; proof before letters. 1795Aquatint and etching British Museum Images

    Valley of Glencoe, 1795

    Valley of Glencoe Landscape with bridge over falls, two figures on horseback crossing, mountains in the background, trees at right. 1795Aquatint and etching British Museum Images

    "Mountains of Glencoe from Loch Leven"; view looking across the lake, a fisherman near the water's edge at r, boats on the water, and the mountains beyondGraphite, 1855

    "Mountains of Glencoe from Loch Leven"; view looking across the lake, a fisherman near the water's edge at r, boats on the water, and the mountains beyondGraphite British Museum Images

    Glen-coe taken near Ballachulish., 1819

    Glen-coe taken near Ballachulish. Landscape near Ballachulish, with two figures standing near boats on a stretch of land in foreground at left, rowing and sailing boats in the water, and rocky mountains in background; within a rectangular border; illustration British Museum Images

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    of them Irish subjects. Catter. mole is also strongly represented, by a magnificent forest scene, and numerous figure subjects. "Glen Coe," One of the most important productions of Richardson, amply sustains this artist's credit; and the same may be said Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    ,ROYAL SOCIETY OF ARTISTS. SPRING- WATED.COLOUR EXHIBITION. SECOND NOTICE; To estimate properly the value and significance of an Art Exhibition our examination ought not to be limited to the merits of individual works, but should extend to the governing Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ; but there is httle . of that wondrous intricacy and subtlety of dolour which make Ben Venue and Glen Coe a study for the artist. Tnere every tatt of heather fringing the prog jectifig boulders becomes a lurking-place or Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    !_O ! I was but a bairn on my mother's knee when first I heard the bloody story o' Glen Coe !-but who could ever forget that tale ?-aid rather would I starve in Ronald's bothy, than marry Allaster Campbell Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    f ├╝blic fiMkts, YORKSHIRE .COLLEGE OF SCIENCE. COOKRLDGK STREET, LEEDS. TBTR SALT SCHOLABSHIP. A COMPETITIVE EXAMINATION wfll be add on Hba- *ay and Tuesday, September 27th and 28th, 1076, of Candi- da v* for the " Salt Scholarship," of Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    Suffolk. [ 12 4 8 WANTED, a Respectable MARRIED MAN. to Look after Pony and Garden.- Address James Mathew Glen Coe, Spencer Park, Wandsworth Common. [1270 WANTED, a Situation M COMPANION to a LacW W .owe," HOUSEKEEPER to a Single Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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    ; but there b little oi that won- drous intricacy and subtlety of colour wbich make Ben Venue and Glen Coe a study for tbe artist. There every tuft of heather fringing the projecting boulders becomes a lurking-place for delicate Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

    British Newspapers 1600-1900

    was very small compared with the nature of the subject with which it dealt. "Loch Lin, Isle of Skye," "Glen Coe," " Kil- churn Castle, Loch Awe, N. 8.," and "Glen├čosa" may be instanced as examples of his skill in Subscribers-only content British Newspapers, 1600-1900

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