Wonderful oil on canvas landscape painting by the English artists Henry H. Parker (1858-1930). Off in the distance, the Bridge at Dunkeld crosses the Tay River. It was built at a time where the Scottish engineer thought the heaviest load that would ever cross the bridge would be a cart or carriage pulled by four horses. The uniquely arched bridge is now rated to carry a 40 ton lorry. Along with the famous bridge, Parker captured the beautiful Scottish countryside.
To learn more about the artist and see additional examples of his work, please visit our Henry H. Parker biography.