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The Coming of St Ninian by Alexander Agnew

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The Coming of St Ninian

Artist: Alexander Agnew
Title: The Coming of St Ninian
Date: Not Known
Medium: Not Known
Description: 90cm x 120cm


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Not Known


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The Coming of St Ninian

Queen Mary Bridge, Minnigaff

Minnigaff Village

Looking Down Gilmour Terrace, Newton Stewart

About the Artist

Artist: Alexander Agnew
Date of Birth: 1890
Date of Death: 1974
Place of Death: Newton Stewart
Floreat: 1932 - 1967

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Windsor Road, Newton Stewart


Education:
Edinburgh College of Art


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He was born in East Wemyss, Fife and went to work as a miner aged 11.  He saved enough to go to Edinburgh College of Art, but left in 1914 to join up with the Black Watch.  He won the Military Medal in 1916 and was seriously wounded.  On medical advice, he moved to Newton Stewart, the place his family had come from in 1932. he subsequently went into business in Glasgow but returned to Newton stewart in 1945 and painted from then until his wife died.  He specialised in floral arrangements and local scenes.