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Mr. Thomas Duncan, R.S.A., and His Brother
D. O. Hill and the Misses Morris
G. Baker, W. Baker and C. Finlay
Thomas Duncan, R.S.A.
Charles Drysdale and George Drysdale
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The three young anglers, Arthur, John Hope, and Sophia Finlay, were the children of Hill's niece, and their hidden fishing hole may well have been in the garden of Adamson's Rock House, where he and Hill had their studio.
Inscription: Inscribed in pencil on mount: "The Finlay Children"; RSA stamp on mount
From an album assembled by D.O. Hill and given by him to the Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, 1852; deaccessioned by the R.S.A., January 1977; [Sean Thackrey]; John Rubel; William Rubel; [Hans P. Kraus, Jr.]
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