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Royal Party descent of inclined shaft, Botallack Mine, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. 24th July 1865 Featured Sutherland Print

Royal Party descent of inclined shaft, Botallack Mine, St Just in Penwith, Cornwall. 24th July 1865

The Prince and Princess of Wales, later to become King Edward VII and Queen Alexandra, are pictured in the first skip to descend the inclined Boscawen Shaft down to the 235 fathom level. The Princess of Wales and Mr John St Aubyn of St Michael's Mount are seated at the front with Lady Elizabeth St Aubyn behind. The Vivians or Sutherlands are seated in the next row with the Prince of Wales behind them. Seated at the rear of the skip is brakesman Captain John Rowe. The Crown's pumping engine house is on the right. Photographer: Robert H. Preston

© From the collection of the RIC

Carrisdale Castle and Invershin Bridge Featured Sutherland Print

Carrisdale Castle and Invershin Bridge

Carrisdale Castle & Invershin Bridge, Culrain, Ardgay, Sutherland, Scotland

© The Wentworth Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Official War Artists filmed in Out of Chaos Featured Sutherland Print

Official War Artists filmed in Out of Chaos

Six war artists at work, filmed for the Two Cities film "Out of Chaos" - aimed at generating interest in the National Gallery War Artists Exhibition, but also in modern painting generally. (from top left - clockwise): Stanley Spencer sketches on Clydeside, Paul Nash at the vast mound of German plane salvage known as Cowley Dump, Art Critic Eric Newton, Leonard Roseman, Graham Sutherland working among the debris of bombed London buildings and Sir Kenneth Clark who set up the War Artists Advisory Committee. Date: 1944

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans