George Fennell Robson (1788-1833).
Scenery of the Grampian Mountains: illustrated by forty-one plates, representing the principal hills from such points as display their picturesque features, diversified by lakes and rivers, with an explanatory page affixed to each plate, giving an account of those objects of natural curiosity and historical interest, with which the district abounds. London: 1819. The engravings were executed by Henry Morton, from original drawings made on the spot by the water-colorist George Fennell Robson. Print: 14½" x 22" (plate 11" x 18")