Wood records this artist as a Scot, who studied in London, Antwerp and Dusseldorf, and exhibited at the RA from 1893. He was the husband of the artist Ann DUNCAN. In 1932 Duncan and his wife had a joint show at the Fine Art Society.
By 1933 they had both moved to Mousehole, Cornwall. In 1937 at NAG he exhibited China Clay Mine, Jericho.
Landscape, genre and historical subject painter in all media; mural decorator, stained glass designer
works and access
Works include: Pilchard boats - Moored in the harbour at Newlyn; Fishing boats in Mousehole harbour (1935); China Clay Mine, Jericho (c1937)
INT; FIN; LI; RA, SPP; RI
Hardie (2009) Artists in Newlyn and West Cornwall
Johnson & Greutzner (1975) Dictionary of British Artists
Tovey (2003) Creating a Splash
Wood (1995) Victorian Painters (bibl)