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Kirkbride (Auld Kirkbride) by William Duff Murdoch

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Kirkbride (Auld Kirkbride)

Artist: William Duff Murdoch
Title: Kirkbride (Auld Kirkbride)
Date: Not Known
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description: 30.7 by 61 cm


Gallery: Dumfries Museum
Location: Sanquhar


All Art Works by this Artist

Kirkbride (Auld Kirkbride)

A Procession, Sanquhar (Childrens Flag Day)

About the Artist

Artist: William Duff Murdoch
Date of Birth: 1866
Date of Death: 1945
Place of Death: London
Floreat: 1899 - 1927

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
85 High Street, Sanquhar


Education:
Regent Street Polytechnic, 1893 - 1895;  Slade School of Art


Professional Bodies:


Exhibited At:
RA, RSA, L


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Associates:


Bibliography:
Dumfries and Galloway Standard 17/05/1902


Notes:
William Duff Murdoch was born in Sanquhar in 1866 where his father David Murdoch was a tailor.  He attended the Regent Street Polytechnic in London, where he won a silver medal for figure drawing in 1894 and won a scholarship for two years at the Slade School of Art.  He first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1899.  His painting of the Children's Flag, Day, Sanquhar was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1917 and his picture Kirkbride in 1920.