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Mary, Queen of Scots (1542–1582) (The Breadalbane Portrait)

Photo credit: Scottish Borders Council

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This painting was apparently executed in 1635 for Sir Colin Campbell of Glenorchy who later became the Marquess of Breadalbane, Taymouth Castle.

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1635 (?)


oil on canvas


H 41.6 x W 37.4 cm

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MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS 1542 -1582 By George Jameson.1586 - 1644 Painted in 1635 for Sir Colin Campbell of Glenorchy who later became the Marquess of Breadalbane. Taymouth Castle


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