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Lord Mungo Murray [Am Morair Mungo Moireach], 1668 - 1700. Son of 1st Marquess of Atholl About 1683

Not on display

  • Scottish Art
Lord Mungo, the fifth son of the Marquess of Atholl, is dressed for hunting. He wears a belted plaid - a double width of tartan about five metres long, belted around the body to form a kilt and cloak. This traditional highland costume is worn with a fashionable doublet. He holds a flintlock sporting gun and carries two pistols in his belt. He also has a dirk and a ribbon basket sword. His servant, in the background, carries a longbow, used for hunting deer. Lord Mungo died young, fighting the Spanish in Panama in Central America.


  • Acc. No. PG 997
  • Medium Oil on canvas
  • Size 224.80 x 154.30 cm (framed: 236.22 x 165.10 x 8.89 cm)
  • Credit Purchased 1925