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Woodend Loch, Anwoth by William Caldwell Crawford

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Woodend Loch, Anwoth

Artist: William Caldwell Crawford
Title: Woodend Loch, Anwoth
Date: 1948
Medium: Oil on board
Description: 14 by 17.5 inches


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Gatehouse of Fleet


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Woodend Loch, Anwoth

Near Anwoth

Anwoth Woods

About the Artist

Artist: William Caldwell Crawford
Date of Birth: 1879
Date of Death: 1960
Place of Death:
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
A Number of visits in the late 1940s and 1950s to the Old School House, Anwoth, Gatehouse of Fleet, home of his friend GPH Watson


Education:
Heriot Watt College, RA Schools and Paris


Professional Bodies:
President Scottish Society of Artists 1928


Exhibited At:
RSA, GI


Mentors:


Associates:
Shared a studio with FCB Cadell 1922, sailed on the west coast with many artist colleagues including Edwin Alexander, Robert Burns and George Houston. Visited Gatehouse at the invitation of GPH Watson.


Bibliography:
McEwan Dictionary of Scottish Art and Architecture


Notes:

William Crawford is best known as a sailor and painter of the west coast of Scotland.  It is said that it was he who introduced Peploe and Cadell to Iona (See McEwan, bibliography).  In his old age visited Gatehouse of Fleet where he painted a number of works in oil on panel.