Sir John Fowler (1817–1898)
Sir John Fowler (1817–1898)
Sir John Fowler (1817–1898)
Sir John Fowler (1817–1898)

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The sculpture had been discarded and was found in an obsolete abattoir.

Tain and District Museum



Sir John Fowler (1817–1898)






H 60 x W 52 x D 28 cm

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Acquisition method

donated by Mrs Ida Donnachie to the town; transferred

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Signature/marks description

back: EDWARD W. WYON / SCULPTOR / 1863

Inscription description

back: John Fowler Esq


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