The subject is continued on folio 149 recto opposite (D03200; Turner Bequest LVI 147). Doune is one of the most impressive of early Scottish castles, having been built in the late fourteenth century by Robert Stewart, Duke of Albany, Regent of Scotland. It subsequently passed to the Earls of Moray. Stirling, eight miles away on its high hill, is just visible on the horizon at the right. The view was probably taken from the bridge over the River Teith.
- Doune Castle(19)
- River Teith(12)