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Captain Talbert Stevenson was the son of the proprietor of the leading Dundonian dye works Francis Stevenson & Sons and was killed by sniper fire in 1917 aged 22 when serving with The Black Watch in the First World War. Talbert Stevenson is one soldier who features in Joseph Gray's 'After Neuve Chapelle'. This painting of Stevenson was shown at the Fine Art Exhibition in the sitter's native Dundee in 1920.
oil on canvas
H 90 x W 69.5 cm
gift from the Officers' Mess, The Black Watch, 2009; on loan to The Black Watch, 3rd Battalion The Royal Regiment of Scotland
A van Anrooy