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The Poet and His Muse

Photo credit: The Stirling Smith Art Gallery & Museum

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An original plaster created for the monument to Robert Burns on Dumbarton Road, Stirling, which was unveiled on 23rd September 1914. The monument copies are in bronze. This plaster shows the poet seated with his muse, standing next to a tree and the setting sun over his shoulder.

The Stirling Smith Art Gallery & Museum

Stirling


Date

1914

Medium

plaster & wood frame

Measurements

H 89 x W 73 x D (?) cm

Accession number

20302.02

Acquisition method

purchased

Work type

Relief


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The Stirling Smith Art Gallery & Museum

Dumbarton Road, Stirling, Stirling FK8 2RQ Scotland

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