See also:British sculptor, was
See also:born at Findo-Gask,
See also:Perthshire, Scotland . In early
See also:life he served as a
See also:mason's apprentice . Having shown an aptitude for
See also:carving, he became an
See also:art student at the Trustees' Academy,
See also:Edinburgh . By the help of friends he was enabled to visit Rome, where together with other artists he helped to found the British Academy of Arts . He returned to Edinburgh in 1826 . In 1829 he was elected a member of the Scottish Academy . From 1832 until his
See also:death his home was in Rome .
JOHN SANDFIELD MACDONALD (1812-1872)
SIR HECTOR ARCHIBALD MACDONALD (1852-1903)
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