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In The Artists' Footsteps
 Christian Jane Fergusson

Christian Jane Fergusson

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About the Artist

Christian Jane Fergusson

Artist: Christian Jane Fergusson

Date of Birth: 1876
Date of Death: 1957
Place of Death: Dumfries

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:

1905-1906 lodged with her aunt, Lizzie Stark in St Mary's Street, Kirkcudbright.  Following marriage in 1908 settled at "Southdean", Rotchell Road, Maxwelltown, Dumfries.  She often holidayed at Portling, Colvend or at the Isle of Whithorn.


Photo by T & R Annan & Sons Ltd, Glasgow, possibly by J Craig Annan, c 1903.

Crystal Palace School of Art, London; Glasgow School of Art.

Professional Bodies:

Exhibited at:
Royal Academy; Royal Scottish Academy; Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Water Colours; Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts; 1952 116 works exhibited in Dumfries; 1957 retrospective.

Fra H. Newbery, Jean Delville

E A Hornel, Jessie M King, E A Taylor, Charles Oppenheimer and R D Cairns with whom she founded the Dumfries and Galloway Fine Art Society.


Kirkcudbright: one hundred years of an artists' colony, Patrick Bourne, Atelier Books, Edinburgh, 2000.


The Studio, Volume 87, No 373, 1924, p219. Christian J Fergusson(1876 - 1957) a Dumfries and Galloway Artist, Gracefield Arts Centre, 2001.


Chris Fergusson Retrospective Exhibition The Old Town Mill, Dumfries, 1986 and Broughton House, Kirkcudbright including the "Clints of Dromore", and others (Stewartry Museum file).  Retrospective Exhibition, 2001, The Harbour Gallery, Kirkcudbright, at Gracefield Art Centre, Dumfries, 2002 and at the Priory Museum, Whithorn, August, 2002.  Her work has featured in many other exhibitions including the Homecoming, Kirkcudbright, 2000, the Home Again Exhibition, Kirkcudbright, 2009 and the Glasgow Girls Exhibition, 2010 in Kirkcudbright and later at Glasgow School of Art.

There is a section on the artist in Liz Arthur's Glasgow Girls - Artists and Designers 1890-1930


Image of the artist, Stewartry Museum


Born in Dumfries.  Taught at Kirkcudbright Academy (1905-1906) then Glasgow High School for Girls before returning to Dumfries in 1908.  (A painting of Kirkcudbright Harbour dates from 1905).  Her watercolours show a spontaneity of her own.  Her oils show greater evidence of the contemporary colourist movement.  With Hornel, Jessie King, E A Taylor, Oppenheimer and others, formed the Dumfries and Galloway Fine Art Society.  First exhibition 1922.  Winner of the Windsor and Newton Prize, Glasgow School of Art, session1901-2.  Lauder Award Winner Glasgow Society of Lady Artists, 1933, 1938 and 1954.  Her Shawhead, Irongray illustrated in Bourne p76 (see bibliography).  Illustration of The Bridge of Devorgilla accompanies short article by E A Taylor in The Studio (see bibliography).  Chris Fergusson and Cecile Walton Memorial Exhibition, Gracefield Art Centre 1957 includes oils: February Sunshine, New Abbey; Creetown; Near Rockcliffe; On the Nith, Dumfries; Snow at Wanlockhead; Colvend Farm; Drumcork, upper Nithsdale; all by Chris Fergusson. Watercolours: Sweetheart Abbey; Cargen Bridge; Devorgilla Bridge; Torthorwald; Caerlaverock Farm; Mill near Southwick; Midsteeple, Dumfries.