The Montrose Panels by Unknown Artist

18 carved oak panels in two rows within a framework of carved mintins and rails.

Details

Medium:
Oak
Dimensions:
138 x 321 cm
Art Fund grant:
£500 ( Total: £500)
Acquired in:
1938
Vendor:
London Scot Bequest

Low relief carving of plants and animals and the arms of the Panter or Paniter family of Newmanswalls. Dais panelling from the hall of the hospital founded by Patrick Pater in 1516.

Provenance

In 1878 the wood work was recovered at the demolition of the house of Montrose; Jack Campbell.

Venue details

National Museum of Scotland Chambers Street, EDINBURGH Edinburgh EH1 1JF 0300 123 6789 www.nms.ac.uk

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