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Margaret Harrison

© the artist. Photo credit: West Dunbartonshire Council

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Margaret Harrison was given the Freedom of Dumbarton for her Peace Movement work. This portrait by Stephen Conroy is one of several commissioned by Dumbarton District Council in 1984. The artist, Stephen Conroy, was born in Helensburgh in 1964 and brought up in the parental home at Renton, two miles from Dumbarton. He showed great promise while a pupil at St Patrick's High School, Dumbarton, and after graduating from Glasgow School of Art, he has gained an international reputation, with exhibitions in London, New York and elsewhere. His work, not least his portraiture, is highly valued and in great demand.

West Dunbartonshire Libraries and Cultural Services: Dumbarton Municipal Buildings



oil on canvas


H 106 x W 75 cm

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West Dunbartonshire Libraries and Cultural Services: Dumbarton Municipal Buildings

College Street (off Station Road), Clydebank, West Dunbartonshire G82 1NR Scotland

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