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Tolbooth, Kirkcudbright by Anna Mary Hotchkis

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Tolbooth, Kirkcudbright

Artist: Anna Mary Hotchkis
Title: Tolbooth, Kirkcudbright
Date: Not Known
Medium: Wood block print
Description:


Gallery: Stewartry Museum, Kirkcudbright
Location: Kirkcudbright


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About the Artist

Artist: Anna Mary Hotchkis
Date of Birth: 1885
Date of Death: 1984
Place of Death:
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Greengate Close, Kirkcudbright.  First exhibited at Royal Scottish Academy from Greengate, 1917.


Education:
Glasgow School of Art; Edinburgh College of Art; Munich.


Professional Bodies:


Exhibited At:
Royal Scottish Academy, RSW,GI, Liverpool


Mentors:


Associates:
Jessie M King and E A Taylor


Bibliography:

Buddhist Sculptures at the Yen Kang Caves, Mary Augusta Mullikin and Annan Mary Hotchkis, 1935. 

 

The Nine Sacred Mountains of China: an illustrated record of pilgrimages made in the years 1935-1936, Mary Augusta Millikin and Anna Mary Hotchkis, Vetch & Lee Ltd, Hong Kong, 1973.

 

Tales of the Kirkcudbright Artists, Haig Gordon, Kirkcudbright, 2006.


Notes:

Oil and watercolour painter specialising in figures and landscapes.  Especially influenced by Chinese art when she visited China for the first time in 1922.  Taught in Peking 1922-1924 and stayed in China until 1937.  Rented a studio in the Greengate Close from Jessie M King.  Wrote Buddhist Sculptures at the Yen Kang Caves with Mary Mullikin, 1935 and The Nine Sacred Mountains of China, 1973 (see bibliography).

Image of the artist by kind permission of the artist's family