Damhead c 1830.
Damhead farm was near Corselet Road, shown here crossing a stream (perhaps Aurs Burn) on a masonry bridge. The farm buildings are on the far side of the bridge, centre. There is a scrap attached to the bottom right corner of the painting.
This watercolour is one of a series painted by an unknown artist working for the Maxwell family. The paintings depict different parts of the Pollok Estate.
Reproduced with the permission of the National Trust for Scotland
Aurs Burn, bridges, Damhead Farm, Darnley Cottages, farmhouses, farms, landscapes, Pollok Estate, watercolours