Archival digital photographic print on Hahnemühle Baryta FB paper mounted onto Perspex
Edition number 1 / 10
One of a series of portraits of Charles Edward Stuart.
‘The title is a famous refrain from Jacobite history. It refers to the exile of Charles Edward Stuart in 1746. Following the legendary flight of the Prince through the Highlands and Islands he would eventually leave Scotland on a French frigate. He departed from Loch nan Uamh in the area of the Western Highlands known as Lochaber. He would not return.’ – Tom Normand in The Constructed Worlds of Calum Colvin: Symbol, Allegory, Myth pp 163-5