DAVID BRYCE R.S.A (1803-1876)
Pencil drawing; signed bottom right
In original frame
David Bryce was Scotland’s leading Victorian architect, responsible for producing designs for over 230 buildings during his career. Best known at the time for his country houses, he also designed a number of churches and commercial buildings. His recasting of the Bank of Scotland is perhaps the most prominent, featuring on much Scottish currency as well as dominating The Mound in Edinburgh.