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Archibald Thomas Frederick Fraser was the illegitimate son of John Fraser, one of five sons of Archibald Campbell Fraser, half-brother of General Fraser, elder son of Simon Fraser, Lord Lovat. Archibald lived to be a very old man. His five sons died before him without a legitimate heir. It was, therefore, the illegitimate grandson Archibald Thomas Frederick Fraser, known as Fraser of Abertarff, who inherited.
oil on canvas
137.2 x 91.5 cm