Fochabers, Scotland - c.1900. This is the town where John Russell and John and Dhuie Tully had their studio.
Blackrock, Ireland - c.1900. Charles Russell died 1910 at his home in Blackrock.
Edinburgh - c.1920. confectionary shop. John Russell's father operated a confectionary shop in Aberdeen.
Mercat Cross at Cullen. Dhuie Russell held painting classes in Cullen.
Union Street Aberdeen - c.1900
Photo courtesy NE Scotland Genealogy
John Russell lived in Aberdeen for most of the years between 1820 and 1866.
Dhuie Russell born in Aberdeen in 1862.
High Street, Buckie - 1927
In 1895, Dhuie Russell exhibited her paintings in Buckie and held art classes.
Sailing ships moored at Leith waterfront.
John Russell was born at South Leith Parish in 1820. The Leith docks became known as the port for Edinburgh and modest shipbuilding and repair facilities grew.
This map of Fochabers was drawn sometime between 1840 and 1880.
This map of Fochabers was drawn in 1920. Notice Gordon Castle to the north, and the Spey River west of Fochabers.
A Jig Doon High Street, Fochabers, Scotland
Scottish folk music performed in the streets of Edinburgh for international festival - Edinburgh Fringe 2007.