Edmund Kean
Our scene opens on Woodend, a charming villa, ‘embosomed in trees’, on the Isle of Bute, 1829. The tranquility of
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World War I: Ninian Crichton Stuart
Lord Ninian Crichton Stuart (born 14th July 1883) was the second son of John, the 3rd Marquess of Bute, and
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Mount Stuart Trust appoints new Head of Collections
The Mount Stuart Trust is pleased to announce the appointment of Charlotte Rostek as the new Head of Collections. Reporting
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Conservation Work on Tintoretto
Tintoretto, born Jacopo Comin in Venice in 1518, the eldest of 21 children, was an Italian painter and member of
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Mount Stuart Trust Visual Arts Programme – Inaugural Emerging Artist Residency Announcement
Mount Stuart Trust is delighted to announce Malcolm Mackenzie as the successful candidate for this new residency. In creating an
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Mary Queen of Scots – Signet Ring
On 9th September 1543 Mary Stuart was declared Queen of Scots at just nine months old. We have a few
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