• Glen Falloch, Scotland -
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    Inscribed lower right: Glen Falloch

    Brown washes over pencil on two sheets of laid paper joined

    19.4 by 31.6 cm., 7 ½ by 12 ¼ inches



    With Spink Leger, London, 2000;

    Private Collection, London



    London, Spink Leger, Feeling through the Eye – The ‘New’ Landscape in Britain 1800-1830, 14th March to 19th April 2000, no. 10



    Sarah Hobrough and Lowell Libson, Feeling through the Eye – The ‘New’ Landscape in Britain 1800-1830, exhibition catalogue 2000, no. 10, p.58, ill.


    Despite the inscription, this was misidentified as a Welsh view in the 2000 exhibition. This sketchbook page dates from Cristall’s only trip to Scotland in July and August 1818. Glen Falloch runs between Crianlarich and the north end of Loch Lomond mostly following the course of the river Falloch. A similar, although smaller, brown wash sketch drawn at Killin in Scotland and dated 1818 is in the Oppé collection in the Tate Gallery. Two finished watercolours of Scottish views are in the V & A, `A Scottish peasant girl embroidering muslin at Luss, Loch Lomond’ dated 1846, and `Highlander Drovers at Inverary.’

  • A Girl Embroidering Muslin at Luss, Loch Lomond, Scotland -

    Black and white chalk on brown paper

    34.8 by 19.7 cm, 13 ¾ by 8 inches


    This is a study for a watercolour of this subject, dated 1846, in the Victoria and Albert Museum (see John Tisdall, Joshua Cristall 1768-1847, In Search of Arcadia, 1996, ill. pl. XIII). Cristall's only trip to Scotland was in July and August 1818. Luss stands on the west bank of Loch Lomond. A sketchbook page from this trip, of Glen Falloch, which runs from north of Loch Lomond to Crianlarich, was with Guy Peppiatt Fine Art (see Summer Exhibition, 2015, no.25).

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