Raby Castle, County Durham

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Raby Castle was the home of the Vane family, Dukes of Cleveland, and distant relatives of Edith, née Meyrick, the wife of Captain Lionel Cary. On the reverse of the painting is an inscription which reads ‘Raby Castle in Durham, 1827, presented to Lady Laura Meyrick by Lady Cleveland’. James Miller was probably the younger son of John Miller. He exhibited at the Royal Academy and elsewhere and is best known for his many watercolour views of London.

Torre Abbey Museum



Raby Castle, County Durham


oil on canvas


H 92.3 x W 127.1 cm

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on loan from the Cary Family

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