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Miss Georgina Kinnear (1826/1828–1914)

Photo credit: Glasgow Museums

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A former governess to the family of Nicolai Milyutin, a politician in the government of Tsar Alexander II, Georgina Kinnear returned to Britain in 1874 to promote her interest in the education of girls and women. Following a period at Cheltenham Ladies’ College, in 1877 Kinnear became a founder member of St Leonards School in St Andrews, Fife. In 1880 she was appointed the first headmistress of The Park School, Glasgow.

Glasgow Museums Resource Centre (GMRC)


Date

1904

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 106 x W 87 cm

Accession number

ME.2007.1.2

Acquisition method

gift from the Park and Laurel Bank Schools Collection (incorporating Laurel Park School), 2006

Work type

Painting


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