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Silvan House was built on the former site of Meadow House, Corstorphine, where Thomas Adams was born. Adams went on to become known as 'America’s best known Scotchman – the most distinguished city planner of our time', New York Survey Graphic, 1929. In 1884, as Adams entered his teens, this area hosted the International Exhibition of Forestry and Wood Craft, drawing visitors to his neighbourhood from all over the world.
oil on canvas
58 x 147 cm
Forestry Commission, Edinburgh
231 Corstorphine Road, Edinburgh, Edinburgh EH12 7AT ScotlandView venue
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