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John Rankine Barclay

About the Artist

Artist: John Rankine Barclay
Date of Birth: 1884
Date of Death: 1962
Place of Death: St Ives
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:


Education:
Royal Institution


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Exhibited At:
Royal Scottish Academy; Royal Academy (1); RSW; Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts.


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Associates:
A R Sturrock and other members of the Edinburgh Group established 1912.


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John Rankine Barclay met A R Sturrock at Royal Institution.  Member of Edinburgh Group.

 

A portrait, Alec, was lent by Norman Sturrock (brother of A R Sturrock), and exhibited at Royal Scottish Academy,1921.

 

John Rankine Barclay was born in Edinburgh. His father was a basket maker, and in the 1901 census Barclay, at age 16 was described as an engraver's apprentice. Before the First World War he was a member of the Edinburgh Group of artists and re-joined the group after the conflict had ended.  E A Taylor wrote approvingly of Barclay's work at the Edinburgh group's Edinburgh Exhibition in 1919.  Barclay was awarded a Carnegie travelling scholarship in 1922.