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Sir Henry Cockburn Macandrew (1832–1898)

Photo credit: Highland Council

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This portrait of Sir Henry Macandrew by Sir George Reid, President of the Royal Scottish Academy, was presented to Inverness Town Council on 30th September 1892. Henry Cockburn Macandrew was born in Inverness in 1832, one of nine children. He was a son of John Macandrew, solicitor, who began business in Inverness in 1812. Macandrew was educated at the Royal Academy and at Aberdeen University. He received a legal training in his father's office and spent some years with the Bank of England.

Inverness Town House


  • Date

    before 1892

  • Medium

    oil on canvas

  • Measurements

    156 x 113 cm

  • Accession number

    ITH 5

  • Acquisition method

    gift to the town of Inverness, 1892


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