William Daniell's journeys around Skye, Raasay and the Moray Coast in 1815
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The Northern Times, Golspie | 1 Aug 2014
"Particularly fascinating in Chapter Two is the description of the aquatint process and the challenges it gave to Daniell, the delicacy of the technique required is illustrated by prints and examples of magnified detail."
"Throughout the book from start to finish the reader is made aware of the history of Caithness through Sutherland to the Moray Coast. The Picts, the Norse, the feuding clans, the '45 rebellion, the genealogies of the main families, the Clearances, the Covenanters all played a part in the country depicted by Daniell."
"He has written a very enjoyable, accessible book which
covers in particular, a part of the north country often missed
by those who follow the well trodden west coast tourist trail!"
Click here for the full review by Anne Barclay
The Inverness Courier | 12 Aug 2014
Scenes of life two centuries ago are captured between the covers of a new book marking a remarkable artist's journey around the shores of the Moray Firth.
However, Invernessians will notice one big absence from
the image of the Ness on the book's cover - there is no sign
of a castle.
Click here for the full review by Calum MacLeod
Selected by Calum Macleod as one of his favourite books of the year.
The Press and Journal | 16 Oct 2014
Labour of love in the footsteps of a great artist.
Click here for the full review by Frank Cassidy