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William Rae, Esq.

Photo credit: Highland Council

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This portrait was presented to William Rae in 1887 by friends connected with Wick and Caithness-shire in recognition of his long, continued and valuable public services as Provost of Wick, Chairman of the Wick & Pulteney Town Harbours Trust and other important capacities.

Wick Town Hall

Wick


Date

1887

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 125 x W 101 cm

Accession number

AB WICK ART 24

Acquisition method

transferred from Caithness District Council, 1996

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

Presented to William Rae Esq by Friends connected with Wick and Caithness-shire in recognition of his long, continued and valuable public services as Provost of Wick, Chairman of the Wick & Pulteney Town Harbours Trust and other important capacities. James Irvine Pinxit 1887.


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Bridge Street, Wick, Highland Scotland

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