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Andrew Joseph Macdonald (1871–1950), 3rd Abbot of St Benedict's Abbey, Fort Augustus

Photo credit: Blairs Museum

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Andrew Joseph Macdonald was the 3rd Abbot of Fort Augustus, who later became Bishop of Edinburgh and St Andrews. This portrait came to Blairs with the closure of Fort Augustus in 1998.

Blairs Museum

Aberdeen


Date

1920

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 120 x W 87 cm

Accession number

BLRBM20006

Acquisition method

gift upon the closure of the Abbey of Fort Augustus, 1998

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

"W. Drummond Young"


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