Pair of Regency Giltwood Wall Sconces, ca 1820
Oil on Board of Roslin Castle Circa 1850
A small oil on panel of Roslin Castle, located in Midlothian, Scotland.
Rosslyn Chapel (featured in The Da Vinci Code) is situated on the hill just above Roslin Castle. Formerly known as the Collegiate Chapel of St Matthew, it is a 15th-century chapel located in the village of Roslin, Midlothian, Scotland. Rosslyn Chapel was founded on a small hill above Roslin Glen as a Catholic collegiate church in the mid-15th century.
It is reputed to be painted by Robert Woodley Brown who was an active artist from 1840-1860.
The painting has been finely painted with skilful use of light which gives it great atmosphere.
The original Rococo style gilt frame has a few losses but this doesn’t take away from the overall charm of the painting at all and is not noticeable. The painting itself is in very good condition.
The actual painting measures 22cm X 16cm
Framed it measures 40cm X 34cm