Edward Bruce, 1st Lord Kinloss (1548-1611) Scottish lawyer and judge
Edward Bruce served as a Lord of Session from 1597 to 1603 and was created Lord Kinloss in 1602. He played an important role in King James VI’s succession to the throne of England; and accompanied the King to England on his accession in 1603.
Drawn by Denton from his memorial in the Rolls Chapel and engraved by King for ‘Iconographia Scotica or Portraits of Illustrious Persons of Scotland’ by John Pinkerton. Published in London, 1797.
Image size 201 x 137 mm