Portrait of Wilhelmina Campbell Viscountess Glenorchy 1741-1786 - Thomas Gainsborough
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Allan Ramsay (British, 1713-1784) Archibald, 3rd Duke of Argyll 77 x 64 cm. (30 5/16 x 25 3/16 in.)
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Georgina Koberwein (1853-1903) - George Douglas Campbell, 8th Duke of Argyll (1823-1900)
George Douglas Campbell is shown in three-quarter-length, standing in an interior, with his hands clasped behind the back. He wears Highland dress with a kilt of Campbell of Argyll tartan and the ribbon and star of the Order of the Thistle. The silver buttons on his jacket are made in the shape of salmon, in allusion to the royal sacred salmon of the Kings of Ireland. This is a copy by Koberwein-Terrell, painted for Queen Victoria, of the portrait which was painted by Von Angeli in 1876 and…
Three quarter length portrait of John Ramsay lAmy of Dunkenny in Highland dress before an extensive landscape by Scottish School 19
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John Campbell (1762–1834), 1st Marquess of Breadalbane, Soldier and Statesman | Art UK
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Jabot's, cravats, and ascots.
What do you think of them in formal kilt wear? Do you own one? Would you like to? Do you think they are too old fashioned and out of date or are they still viable? Please explain your thoughts. And remember to use pictures. :pith:
The Scottish kilt as worn today has evolved a great deal from its original form worn centuries ago. The word kilt itself, which came into English usage in the early 1700s, comes from the Norse...