Not on display
The partially ruined building in the foreground of this sketch has been identified by David Wallace-Hadrill as the Precentor’s of Elgin Cathedral, although it is often known as the Bishop’s House.1 The house is seen from the north, with the outline of the two towers at the western end of Elgin Cathedral rising above it. The cathedral’s octagonal chapter house can be seen at the left, with part of the east end where there are the remains of a rose window. At the right of the page the sketch is overlaid with other sketches of architectural details.
David Wallace-Hadrill and Janet Carolan, ‘Sketchbook CCLXXVII Inverness’, [circa 1991], Tate catalogue files, [unpaginated].