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Reverend Alexander Taylor, DD

Photo credit: University of Aberdeen

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University of Aberdeen


Date

1830–1872

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 11.8 x W 10 cm

Accession number

ABDUA 31694

Acquisition method

gift from Miss Isabella Taylor (daughter of the sitter)

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

The Rev Alexander Taylor DD / Minister of Leochel Cushnie / for 34 years. Who died there 25 March 1872 / bequeathed to the university / of Aberdeen for the library / by his daughter / Miss Isabella Taylor / who died 3rd Dec 1930


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University of Aberdeen

University Museums, University of Aberdeen, King’s Museum, Old Aberdeen Town House, High Street, Aberdeen AB24 3EN Scotland

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