Campbell, Corrie

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Campbell, Corrie

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Mrs Corrie Campbell was born on the 28th December 1879. She enrolled as a student on the Drawing and Painting course for three years from 1918, each year giving her home address as 220 West Regent Street, Glasgow. She studied as an evening student during her first year, then switched to the afternoon sessions. The entry for the 1919 - 1920 session suggests that she chose to study three afternoons a week, and was taught by Miss Allan who specialised in watercolour. There were very few married women on the School register at this time. Older than the majority of students, it seems likely she was persuing a personal interest in art rather than looking to train for a career, though she did exhibit a picture of Kirkwall Cathedral at the Royal Glasgow institute of Fine Arts in 1921. There is no mention of an occupation in any of her entries.

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