Portrait of Charles Edward Stuart by Calum Colvin limited edition print

Giclée print on 310gsm archival quality paper
Limited to 100 numbered editions
Unframed and unmounted
Item Size:
40 x 29.7 cm

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Limited Edition print made exclusively for the National Galleries of Scotland. Portrait of Charles Edward Stuart (after William Mosman) by Calum Colvin. Produced to accompany the exhibition Calum Colvin | Jacobites By Name, from 14th November 2015 − 27th March 2016 at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery.

This exclusive giclée on 310gsm is printed on archival quality paper and each print is signed and numbered by the artist.

Prince Charles Edward Stuart was the son of the 'Old Pretender', Prince James Francis Edward, and the grandson of King James VII and II, who was overthrown in 1688. Popularly known as 'Bonnie Prince Charlie', he embodied the hopes of the exiled Jacobite dynasty. After the defeat of his army by government forces at Culloden in 1746, he escaped to France and remained in exile for the remainder of his life.

Calum Colvin OBE RSA is a Scottish artist whose work combines photography, painting, and installation, and often deals with issues of Scottish identity and culture and with the history of art.

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