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Still Life with Cactus by Kate Campbell Nicol

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Kate Campbell Nicol

Still Life with Cactus

Artist: Kate Campbell Nicol
Title: Still Life with Cactus
Date: Not Known
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Gallery: Stewartry Museum, Kirkcudbright
Location: Not Known


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Still Life with Cactus

About the Artist

Artist: Kate Campbell Nicol
Date of Birth: 1893
Date of Death: 1980
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Exhibited at Royal Scottish Academy 1960 from Neilson Square, Gatehouse of Fleet. Lived latterly at Planetree Park, Gatehouse of Fleet.


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Royal Scottish Academy


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Bibliography:
Kate Nicoll Artist, exhibition catalogue at Gatehouse of Fleet, 1995, with research by Ailsa Tanner.


Notes:
Shared the Guthrie Award with D M Sutherland for her bust, The Young Elizabeth, which is a portrait of the late E Murray Usher. Exhibited portraits of Pittendreigh McGillivray, 1919, Elizabeth 1920, Principal Ewing of Edinburgh University 1924. Worked with Pittendreigh  McGillivray in his Edinburgh studio between 1914 and 1924. A self portrait is in Gracefield Arts Centre collection, Dumfries.