Haddo House is one of Britain's most northerly stately homes. Tucked away in the wilds of Aberdeenshire, it has been home to Prime Ministers and earls - but is it also home to some of Scotland's greatest lost paintings?Nearby, in the storerooms of the Montrose Museum, lies a mystery painting with a giant hole in it. The portrait shows Richard Mead, the patron of one of Scotland's most celebrated painters, Allan Ramsay. According to the history books, the painting is a copy of a painting in the National Portrait Gallery in London. But has there been an unfortunate mix-up, and is the painting in London in fact the pretender?
|Episode Title:||Episode 2|
|Airs:||2016-10-05 at 21:00|