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Allan Ramsay

Costume doll: Allan (possibly Alan) Ramsay, 1713-1784, portrait painter and son of a poet (or 18th Century Gentleman).

Scott, Anne

Anne Scott Doll Collection

  • DC 038
  • Collection
  • c1956

The collection consists of 27 dolls all dressed in period costume. They are composed of various mixed media including fabrics, metal, glass, plastics, feathers and furs.

This collection was damaged in the fire in The Mackintosh Building at The Glasgow School of Art on 23rd May 2014 and is awaiting conservation.

Scott, Anne

George Heriot

Costume doll: George Heriot also known as 'Jangling Geordie', 1563-1624, Jeweller to James VI and founder of 'Heriot's School', (or Henry Stewart, Lord Darnley, c1545-1567).

Scott, Anne

Highland Girl wearing Araid Plaid

Costume doll: Highland Girl wearing Araid Plaid (or Fish Wife), she came to be painted by Alan Ramsay aid to McLeod of McLeod. In those days girls did not wear tartan, they wore stripes instead.

Scott, Anne

Margaret Tudor

Costume doll: Margaret Tudor, married to James IV and Henry VIII's sister, (or Mary Queen of Scots, 1542-1587).

Scott, Anne

Marjorie Fleming

Costume doll: Marjorie Fleming, also known as 'Pet Marjorie' who wrote a diary at about 7 years old, (or Sir Walter Scott's Daughter).

Scott, Anne

Mrs. Keith of Raveltson

Costume doll: Mrs Keith of Raveltson, Grandmother of Marjorie Fleming and friend of Sir Walter Scott (or Charlotte Charpentier, Sir Walter Scott's Wife).

Scott, Anne

Sir Walter Scott

Costume doll: Sir Walter Scott, 1773-1832, 1st Baronet was a prolific Scottish historical novelist and poet popular throughout Europe.

Scott, Anne