Landscape with a Castle and Cattle

Image credit: Fife Cultural Trust, on behalf of Fife Council

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Presumed to be Cambuskenneth Abbey, an Augustinian monastery that sits on a bend of the River Forth near Stirling in Scotland. It was founded c.1140 at the order of King David I and is the only example in Scotland of a monastery of the French Arrouaisian order. All that survives of the original abbey church is the doorway. The lancet windows and ornamental arcades of the free-standing bell tower are an excellent example of 1200s architecture.

Kirkcaldy Galleries

Kirkcaldy

Title

Landscape with a Castle and Cattle

Medium

oil on board

Measurements

H 29.5 x W 37.2 cm

Accession number

KIRMG:2011.79

Acquisition method

unknown acquisition method

Work type

Painting

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