Portraits of a Highland Clan

Grantown Museum Gallery is showing a special exhibition: ‘I Richard Waitt, Picture Drawer: Portraits of a Highland Clan (1713-1733).  A unique opportunity to see what is recognised as the biggest ever single commission of family portraits in 18th century Europe.  Commissioned by Brigadier General Alexander Grant of Grant of Grant Castle it brings together a number of paintings no0t only of the Laird’s family but also his servants, bards and ministers – providing a snap shot of life in the Highlands 300 years ago at the time of the Jocobites.  The exhibition brings this unique collection of paintings home to Grantown – showing from 22nd July – 31st October sponsored by Bohnams.