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In The Artists' FootstepsTown Park, New Galloway by James Faed (Jnr)

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Town Park, New Galloway

Artist: James Faed (Jnr)
Title: Town Park, New Galloway
Date: 1893
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description:

This large canvas of the view looking over Kenmure Castle and Loch Ken, was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1893.   

The artist presented the painting to the Royal Burgh of New Galloway where it hangs in the Town Hall.  Viewing by arrangement with Dr David Devereux, Stewartry Museum, Kirkcudbright.


Gallery: New Galloway Town Hall
Location: New Galloway


All Art Works by this Artist

Town Park, New Galloway

The Moss Haggs

The Couran Lane

The Source of the Dee

Sheep Grazing

Round Loch of the Dungeon

Roman Brig on the River Minnick

On the Fleet, Gatehouse

On the Bladenoch

On a Galloway Moor

Near the Blackcraig, New Galloway

Murray's Monument from Bargaly Glen

The Moors, Showery Weather

Moorland

Monreith Loch

Monreith Loch

Loch Trool

Loch Skerrow

Loch Neldricken

Loch Ken: Looking South

Loch Ken: Looking North

Loch Enoch

Loch Dee

Late Autumn near Slogarie

Kenmure Castle

Heathery Hillside

Early Spring on Monreith Loch

Cattle Grazing

The Carsphairn Hills

Carlingwark Loch

Burn at Bargaly Glen

Bridge at Slogarie, near Laurieston, in November

About the Artist

Artist: James Faed (Jnr)
Date of Birth: 1856
Date of Death: 1920
Place of Death: New Galloway
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Settled at the Bungalow, New Galloway with family about 1910.


Education:


Professional Bodies:


Exhibited At:
Royal Academy; Royal Scottish Academy; Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts; Aberdeen Artists' Society.


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Associates:


Bibliography:

Galloway, J M Sloan, A & C Black, London, 1908.

 

Galloway Watercolours, James Faed Jnr, 1920. The Faeds, Mary McKerrow, 1982.

 

Image, photograph of the artist and his wife, kindly supplied by the artist's family.

 

 


Notes:
Son of James Faed, Senior.  Landscape painter and illustrator, particularly views of the Galloway hills and moors.  Celebrated for his painting of heather.  Exhibited at Kirkcudbright Fine Art Association, 1886 and 1889.  His picture The Town Park, which hangs in the Town Hall, New Galloway, was exhibited at the Royal Academy 1893.  Illustrated Sloan's Galloway 1908.  Twenty watercolours published as Galloway Watercolours, 1920.