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Castle Douglas High School War Memorial by Robina Tittle

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Robina Tittle

Castle Douglas High School War Memorial

Artist: Robina Tittle
Title: Castle Douglas High School War Memorial
Date: 1922
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description: 233.7 by 112 cm


Gallery: Stewartry Museum, Kirkcudbright
Location: Castle Douglas


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Castle Douglas High School War Memorial

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Artist: Robina Tittle
Date of Birth: 1887
Date of Death: 1977
Place of Death: Prestwick
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Castle Douglas


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Trustees Academy, Edinburgh 1905 to 1908;  Edinburgh College of Art 1908 to 1912


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Robina Tittle was born in Torphichen in 1887, the daughter of Robert and Rebecca Tittle.  She entered the Trustees Aademy in 1905 and was one of the first students at Edinburgh College of Art.  She was awarded a minor travelling bursary in the 1911 - 1912 session and a diploma in drawing and painting at the end of the 1913 - 1914 session.  She taught at Dunoon and in Castle Douglas, in both of which places she produced war memorials.  Like the Taylors in Kirkcudbright, Robina Tittle also organised pageants in Castle Douglas.