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Moat Brae House by Walter Newall

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Moat Brae House

Artist: Walter Newall
Title: Moat Brae House
Date: Not Known
Medium: Watercolour on paper
Description: This drawing belongs to Dumfries Museum, but can be viewed at the Archive Centre, Dumfries.


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Dumfries

Current Event: Walter Newall Exhibition


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Moat Brae House

Kirkmahoe Church

Dildawn

About the Artist

Artist: Walter Newall
Date of Birth: 1780
Date of Death: 1863
Place of Death: New Abbey
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Walter Newall lived and worked in and about Dumfries.


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Notes:

Walter Newall began his design career in partnership with an upholsterer and cabinet maker in the Dumfries firm of Newall, Hannah and Reid.

 

Nothing appears to be known of his architectural training although his knowledge of contemporary building styles suggests that he must have received training from a significant architect.

 

Walter Newall designed churches, country houses and smaller buildings across Dumfries and Galloway, including Moat Brae, the garden of which inspired J M Barrie the writer of Peter Pan.