Bowhill

The House, its People and its Paintings

Introduced by Richard, Duke of Buccleuch and Queensberry Edited by John Montagu Douglas Scott Photographs by Fritz von der Schulenburg

Published by Caique Publishing Ltd
ISBN 978-0-9565948-2-2

£12.95 / $17.47 / 61.14 TL
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Paperback, 128 pages, 215 illustrations, 1 map, first published 2012
Book Description

From the preface:
With its simple form and dark greywacke stone, its great mass spread along a plain grassy platform above the Ettrick Valley, Bowhill might be thought to verge on the austere. For the approaching visitor there is no hint of a family whose ties thread for centuries back through the histories of Scotland and England, little to encourage hope that rich and varied art collections might lie within, or even that these solid stones might have resonated with festivities and celebrations, the setting for warm sentiments and deeper emotions. Bowhill is a most deceptive house.

This book falls into two parts, a history of the family, the Scotts of Buccleuch, and the building of Bowhill, and tour of its spectacular rooms.

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