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Cromarty Image Library

Cromarty Sutors from behind the Courthouse
The Cromarty Archive
Cromarty Sutors from behind the Courthouse

This is a print showing the view out to the Moray Firth from the days before the camera.
Picture added on 01 January 2003
Comments:
This has been taken from William Daniell's "A Voyage Round Great Britain" - a series of 308 coloured aquatint engravings published in parts beween 1814 and 1825. The Cromarty view, here shown in monochrome and much cut down, was published 1st June 1821. The original copperplates for this finest of topographical colour plate books of the 19th century are now in the Tate Gallery.
Added by Iain Bain on 19 October 2005
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