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Dumfries from High Cemetery by George Bain

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George Bain

Dumfries from High Cemetery

Artist: George Bain
Title: Dumfries from High Cemetery
Date: 1901
Medium: Watercolour
Description: 16 by 27 cm


Gallery: Dumfries Museum
Location: Dumfries


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Dumfries from High Cemetery

About the Artist

Artist: George Bain
Date of Birth: 1881
Date of Death: 1968
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:


Education:
Edinburgh College of Art, Royal College of Art.


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Exhibited At:
RSA, RSW, GI, L, AAS


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A retrospective exhibition of his work was held in Kirkcaldy in 1978.  The George Bain archive is held by the Groam House Museum, Rosemarkie, Ross-shire. 

 

An exhibition celebrating the life of George Bain, the 'father' of modern celtic art was held at Groam House from 26 June to 22 September 2007.

 

Image of the artist, courtesy of Groam House.

 


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Bain had a lifelong interest in Celtic art.

 

 

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