James Pullar, Esq. (1735–1811)

Image credit: University of Dundee, Tayside Medical History Museum Art Collection

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James Pullar was a Dundee baker who bequeathed a significant part of his wealth to Dundee Royal Infirmary (DRI), as well as to ‘the Kirk Session, the Nine Trades and for the education of ten poor boys of the name of Pullar’. This portrait, along with the companion one of his wife, hung at DRI until it closed in 1998. Although the artist is unknown, they were exhibited in the Albert Institute at the Old Dundee exhibition of 1892–1893 under the name ‘J McD’.

University of Dundee, Tayside Medical History Museum

Title

James Pullar, Esq. (1735–1811)

Date

1804

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 69 x W 54 cm

Accession number

DUNUC ARTS:2939

Acquisition method

commissioned by Dundee Royal Infirmary; transferred to Tayside Medical History Museum, 1998

Work type

Painting

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University of Dundee, Tayside Medical History Museum

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