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The Solway Coast near Dundrennan by Matthew Jackson

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Matthew Jackson

The Solway Coast near Dundrennan

Artist: Matthew Jackson
Title: The Solway Coast near Dundrennan
Date: 1908
Medium: Watercolour on paper
Description:

30 by 45 cm 

 

Titled on the reverse "On the Kirkcudbright Coast near Dundrennan"

 

Assuming that the island depicted is Ross Island (althought the lighhouse is not clearly shown), the view point must be in the vicinity of Torrs Point.


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Solway Coast


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The Solway Coast near Dundrennan

About the Artist

Artist: Matthew Jackson
Date of Birth: 1881
Date of Death: 1963
Place of Death: Glasgow
Floreat: Early twentieh century

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Visited Kirkcudbright in 1908 in connection with work on Broughton House.


Education:
Glasgow School of Art


Professional Bodies:


Exhibited At:
Exhibited at Glasgow Institute


Mentors:


Associates:

John Holmes.

 

Carried out work for J J Burnet, C R Mackintosh and others.


Bibliography:
 See Glasgowsculpture.com  for details of the firm of Holmes and Jackson


Notes:

Matthew Jackson was in business with John Holmes  in the firm of sculptors, modellers and plasterers, Holmes and Jackson Ltd.

In 1908 Matthew Jackson executed the chimney piece for Broughton House , Kirkcudbright for E A Hornel.