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John McKirdy Duncan

 (1866 - 1945)
John McKirdy Duncan was active/lived in California / Scotland, United Kingdom.  John Duncan is known for figure, landscape, symbolist, romantic painting.

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Birth / Death:  1866 Hilltown, United Kingdom - 1945

Method for John McKirdy Duncan

Easel Painting

Media for John McKirdy Duncan

Subject for John McKirdy Duncan

Figure, Figurative, Human Figure
Humor, Whimsy

School for John McKirdy Duncan

Dusseldorf Art Academy, Germany, Student
Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Belgium, Student


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