Joseph Nash (17 December 1809 – 19 December 1878) was an English watercolour painter and lithographer, specialising in historical buildings. His major work was the 4-volume "Mansions of England in the Olden Time", published from 1839–49.
Call Number - 0030620; Shelf Mark - Corson P.4101; Depicts a confrontation inside Glasgow Cathedral at the time of the Reformation. Glasgow Cathedral is the scene of an important meeting between Frank Osbaldistone and Rob Roy in ch. 19 of Sir Walter Scott's novel Rob Roy...
Call Number - 0030522; Shelf Mark - Corson P.4065; Depicts a fierce battle outside Moray House on Canongate, Edinburgh. In Sir Walter Scott's Chronicles of the Canongate (1827), Mrs Bethune Baliol recalls her mother's account of watching the last riding of the Scottish...
Watercolour and gouache, on paper