Product images of James Scott, 2nd Earl of Dalkeith (1674-1705)
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James Scott, 2nd Earl of Dalkeith (1674-1705)
An oval miniature in watercolour in an oval gilt metal suspension frame. The sitter is shown head and part shoulders, facing forward against a brownish background, with his head turned slightly to his right. He has brown eyes, wears a lace cravat over a blue silk cloak or sash running across the body over his right shoulder and a full-bottomed brown wig. To the left the image bears the 'PC' monogram of Peter Cross, (circa 1645-1724), who was long mistakenly known as Lawrence Crosse, mainly owing to misreading as 'LC' of this common signature of his (which he modelled on Sir Peter Lely's). Cross was a London miniaturist who in 1678 became
- Image reference: F9545
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Caird Collection