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Boatbuilder's House, Kirkcudbright by Albert Charles Dodds

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Albert Charles Dodds

Boatbuilder's House, Kirkcudbright

Artist: Albert Charles Dodds
Title: Boatbuilder's House, Kirkcudbright
Date: c1941
Medium: Watercolour on paper
Description:

Watercolour on paper

31.3 by 48.5 cm

During the Second World War a project was undertaken to record buildings,which might be at risk of enemy activity and also to provide wartime employment for artists.  In Scotland this work was financed by the Pilgrim Trust under the chairmanship of Sir James Irvine, Principal of St Andrews University.  This painting was one of a number done for the project by A C Dodds. After the war the collection of works was donated to the University.

 

It is ironic that had it not been for the efforts of local artists to save the buildings in the foreground, which now form the Harbour Cottage Gallery, they would have been demolished.


Gallery: University of St Andrews
Location: Kirkcudbright


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Boatbuilder's House, Kirkcudbright

About the Artist

Artist: Albert Charles Dodds
Date of Birth: 1888
Date of Death: 1964
Place of Death:
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:


Education:
Edinburgh College of Art; Royal Scottish Academy Life School


Professional Bodies:
RSW, 1937


Exhibited At:
Royal Scottish Academy; RSW; Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts; Aberdeen Artists' Society; Liverpool.


Mentors:


Associates:
Exhibited with the Edinburgh Group.


Bibliography:
Edinburgh Academy Chronicle, December 1953 and July 1964.


Notes:

Landscape and portrait painter in oil and watercolour, mostly Scottish views but also occassionally on the continent.  Carnegie Travelling scholar 1914.  Taught for over forty years at Edinburgh Academy.  He came to the Academy in 1911 as a visiting drawing master.  He was appointed a full time member of staff in 1927.   "Doddy" as he was known at the Academy retired in 1953.

 

A regular exhibitor at the RSA and at the RSW, of which he was a member.  He served as honorary secretary and treasurer of the Scottish Arts Club.

 

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