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Anne Redpath

female / Scottish, English
Qualifications
painter
Nationality/school
Scottish, English
Born
Galashiels 1895-03-29
Deceased
Edinburgh 1965-01-07
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wife of the architect and painter James Beattie Michie
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Biographical information
Education
College of Art and Design (Edinburgh)
study from 1913 to 1919 in Edinburgh at College of Art at Robert Burns, Henry John Lintott and David McBeth Sutherland (AKLONLINE May 2018)
Active in
  • Brussel 1919
    after studying in 1919 he made a trip to Brussel, Bruges, Paris, Florence and Siena.
  • Brugge 1919
    after studying in 1919 he made a trip to Brussels, Bruges, Paris, Florence and Siena.
  • Florence 1919
    after studying in 1919 he made a trip to Brussels, Bruges, Paris, Florence and Siena.
  • Siena 1919
    after studying in 1919 he made a trip to Brussels, Bruges, Paris, Florence and Siena.
  • Parijs 1919 - 1934
    after studying in 1919 he made a trip to Brussels, Bruges, Paris, Florence and Siena; in 1920 she marries the architect and painter James Beattie Michie; the couple lives in France until 1934 (first in the north in Saint-Martin, from 1927 in the south, in Cap Ferrat and Saint-Raphaël, where in 1928 the later painter David Michie born, his two older brothers already in the north)
  • Schotland 1934 - 1965
    In 1934 she returned to Scotland with her sons and moved to Haver / Borders to live with her family; she is committed to u.a. at the Scottish Soc. of Women artists (pres. 1944-47), organizes their first single exhibition and soon belongs to the group of the "Edinburgh School"
  • Edinburgh 1949 - 1965
    in 1949 she finally settles in Edinburgh
  • Europa 1950 - 1955
    from 1950s extensive study trips through the south of Europe
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flower piece
Entered on: 1992-01-24; Modification on: 2018-05-08

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