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In The Artists' Footsteps
 John Keppie

John Keppie

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About the Artist

John Keppie

Artist: John Keppie

Date of Birth: 1863
Date of Death: 1945
Place of Death: Prestwick

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:

Glasgow University; Atelier Pascal, Paris

Professional Bodies:
ARSA,1920; RSA,1931; FRIBA

Exhibited at:
Royal Scottish Academy; Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts; RSW; Liverpool


E A Hornel

David Stark, Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Co 1854-2004, Stenlake, 2004.


Friend of E A Hornel, Keppie designed the studio of 1900 and gallery at Broughton house, which was added in 1910. Keppie's plans are in the Stewartry Museum and Broughton House.

Principal partner of Keppie and Honeyman, architects. His Millburn, Kirkcudbright exhibited at McGill Duncan Gallery, Castle Douglas, December 1993.