Sir Henry Raeburn – Scottish Portrait Painter

Sir Henry Raeburn (1756 -1823) was a successful Scottish portrait painter who lived in Edinburgh. His works are characterized by strong characterization, stark realism, and dramatic lighting effects. He typically employed clashing color combinations, and a course modeling technique. Our pattern set includes many of his portraits, including his most recognized work, The Skating Minister. Other portraits include Boy and Rabbit, Alexander Ranaldson MacDonell of Glengarry, Sir Walter Scott, Mrs. Robert Scott Moncrieff, and Sir John Sinclair. There is also a self portrait included in the set.

Patterns Included In This Set

The Skating Minister

Alexander Ranaldson MacDonell of Glengarry

Portrait of Janet Dundas

Portrait of John Playfair

Boy and Rabbit

Rev. Alexander Carlyle

Portrait of Mrs Anne Hart

Portrait of William Blair

Portrait of Sir John Sinclair

Portrait of Walter Scott

Portrait of Robert McQueen – Lord Braxfield

Portrait of General Sir William Maxwell

Portrait of Miss. Eleanor Urquhart

Lieutenant General William Stuart

Portrait of Margaret Ann Forbes Dummund

Mrs. Colin Campbell of Park

Peter Van Brugh Livingston

The Binning Children

Portrait of Colonel Francis James Scott

David Anderson

Portrait of John Tait and His Grandson

The Archers

Portrait of Mrs E. Bethune

Portrait of Viscount Melville

Jacobina Copland

Portrait of Mrs. Andrew Hay

Portrait of Mrs. Robert Scott Moncrieff

The MacNab

Portrait of Neil Gow

Sir John and Lady Clerk of Penicuik

Self Portrait