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In The Artists' FootstepsThreave Castle by Alexander Roy Gibson

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Threave Castle

Artist: Alexander Roy Gibson
Title: Threave Castle
Date: Not Known
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description: 14.5 by 17.5 inches


Gallery: Harbour Cottage Gallery, Kirkcudbright
Location: Castle Douglas


All Art Works by this Artist

Threave Castle

Threave

Queen Mary Bridge, Minnigaff

Kirkcudbright

Kirkcudbright

Church Lane

Carlingwark Loch

About the Artist

Artist: Alexander Roy Gibson
Date of Birth: 1880
Date of Death: 1968
Place of Death: Kilsyth
Floreat: 1912-1957

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:

Enjoyed visits to Castle Douglas and Kirkcudbright


Education:


Professional Bodies:


Exhibited At:

 Royal Scottish Academy; RWS/ Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts; Liverpool; Aberdeen Artists' Society


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Bibliography:

 Image of the artist, caricature by Pat Rooney, 1936.


Notes:

 Stirlingshire painter, born in Kilsyth, the son of a Kilsyth master grocer.  He described himself as painter at his marriage in 1910.and was by then also an amateur artist.  He turned to painting professionally after being injured in World War I.  Mainly painted watercolours of topographical and rural scenes, especially around Kilsyth and in Fife and Ayrshire.  He used his brother James' photgraphic studio for his sales.  A regular visitor to Galloway, he stayed with his relatives, the Charteris family on many summer visits to Castle Douglas and was also a regular visitor to Kirkcudbright.