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In The Artists' Footsteps
 William Gordon Burn-Murdoch

William Gordon Burn-Murdoch

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About the Artist

William Gordon Burn-Murdoch

Artist: William Gordon Burn-Murdoch

Date of Birth: 1862
Date of Death: 1939
Place of Death: Edinburgh

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:

Studied in Antwerp, Paris, Florence, Naples and Madrid.

Professional Bodies:

Exhibited at:
Royal Scottish Academy.


E A Hornel, W S MacGeorge, Patrick Geddes.



The Stickit Minister, Samuel Rutherford Crockett.

Image of the artist in 1916, can be found in the Royal Scottish Geographic Society archive, Strathclyde University.



Burn-Murdoch accompanied Hornel, MacGeorge and  Walls to Antwerp in September 1883.  They returned in August 1885.  The following year Burn-Murdoch and MacGeorge enrolled in the RSA life class in Edinburgh.


Exhibited illustrations for S R Crockett's Stickit Minister at Royal Scottish Academy, 1895, lent by Crockett.