TheGlasgowStory 

Skip Navigation / Jump to Content

Featured Images

Lobey Dosser
Lobey Dosser

Partick Coat of Arms
Partick Coat of Arms

Burntfield

Pollok House

*Open in New Window
Burntfield

Burntfield Farm c 1830.

The painting depicts a couple walking along the road in the foreground, with a woman ahead of them. There are farm buildings at the roadside and to the right. Records show that Bruntfield, also known as Bromisland, lay in the parish of Eastwood and was part of the Pollok Estate by 1718. By the 1830s the name had become Burntfield. The farm may have been located near what is now Burnfield Road in Mansewood.

This watercolour is one of a series made by an unknown artist working for the Maxwell family. The paintings depict buildings and scenery on the Pollok Estate.

Reproduced with the permission of the National Trust for Scotland

Keywords:
Bromisland Farm, Bruntfield Farm, Burntfield Farm, cottages, farmhouses, farms, landscapes, Pollok Estate, watercolours, women



Quick Search


Photo Album

You have 0 images in your photo album.

View Photo Album

Log-In (Optional)

username:
password:
Not a user? Register now for FREE!

Other Options