Church and Manse of Cults, Fife, Birthplace of Artist David Wilkie
Sir David Wilkie (1785–1841) was born in Cults Church manse where his father was parish minister. The church was built in 1793 and contains a monument in marble, by Chantrey, erected by Wilkie in memory of his parents and another to his memory, erected by his sister in 1844.
Drawn by James Gordon Junior and lithographed by A & J Macpherson of Edinburgh, for ‘The Kirk and the Manse’ by Rev. Robert W. Fraser. Published in 1857 by A. Fullerton & Co. Page size approx. 290 x 240 mm.
Some slight water staining in the top margin, not affecting the image.
Image size approx. 235 x 182 mm.