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Sir Kenneth Smith Mackenzie (1832–1900), 6th Bt of Gairloch

Image credit: Gairloch Museum

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The sitter was Lord-Lieutenant of Ross and Cromarty and Convener of the County from 30th April 1856 until his death on 9th February 1900.

Gairloch Museum

Gairloch

Title

Sir Kenneth Smith Mackenzie (1832–1900), 6th Bt of Gairloch

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 74.5 x W 62.5 cm

Accession number

DISC 4

Acquisition method

on long-term loan from Highland Council

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

1. 'W. E. Miller' 2. 'Sir Kenneth S. Mackenzie, 6th baronet of Gairloch. Lord Lieutenant of Ross & Cromarty and Convener of the County from 30th April 1856 till his death on 9th February 1900. Presented to the County by Lady Mackenzie'

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Gairloch Museum

Achtercairn, Gairloch, Highland IV21 2BP Scotland

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