During my trip to Scotland, a visit to one of Scotland’s most remarkable buildings. Rosslyn Chapel, in Midlothian, has been in the ownership of the St Clair family since its foundation in 1446 and is still used today as a place of worship. This is one of the locations from the movie ‘The Da Vinci Code’. I noticed six, very weathered angels at the grave of Robert Francis St Clair-Erskine near the chapel. Each holding a banner each with an inscription: Love, Faith, Hope, Patients, Courage and Truth. Robert St. Clair was a minor poet and published "Sonnets" in 1883, "A Jubilee Lyric" in 1887 (dedicated to Queen Victoria) and "Sonnets and Poems" in 1889.
12x12 print on watercolor paper 35.00, with mat 50.00
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