1. Dunksy Castle, near Port Patrick Wigtonshire
- Richard Ayton (1786-1823), author; William Daniell (1769-1837), drawings and engravings
- Hand-colored aquatint From A Voyage Round Great Britain, Undertaken in the Summer of 1813, and Commencing from the Land's-End, Cornwall, by Richard Ayton. With a series of views, illustrative of the Character and Prominent Features of the Coast, drawn and engraved by William Daniel, Volume 2 London: Longman and W. Daniell, 1814-1825
- Curatorial Notes:
- Dunsky Castle, pictured here, is a 12th century ruin on the coast of Scotland and one of the 308 aquatints from A Voyage Round Great Britain by William Daniell. A member of the prolific Daniell family, this 8-volume set is his most famous independent work and features the coastlines of England, Wales, and Scotland drawn and engraved by Daniell himself. Traveling with his friend Richard Ayton, they voyaged around England, often by sea, documenting and championing the wild beauty of coastal life.
- David Kelly Crow