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Sculptor in stone, wood and metal. Born at Garlenick, Cornwall, Jackson studied at Edinburgh College of Art, 1905–10, and the British School in Rome, 1910–11. Exhibited RA, Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts, RSA, RBA and Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. Work illustrated in Eric Newton’s British Sculpture 1944–1946. Jackson’s work is to be found in public in Scotland and abroad, including an equestrian statue of Robert the Bruce, Bannockburn, in the Scottish United Services Museum and Imperial War Museum, in Paisley Abbey and in the chapel of Stowe School. Lived in Edinburgh.

Text source: 'Artists in Britain Since 1945' by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)


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