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Anne Forrester (Addis) Graham (1851 - abt. 1930)

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Anne Forrester "Annie" Graham formerly Addis
Born in Saint Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotlandmap
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Died about in St Andrews, Scotlandmap
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Biography

ANNE FORRESTER ADDIS (Addis-218)

PARENTS. Thomas Addis & Robina Scott (Thorburn) Addis

BIRTH. 21 Mar 1851, Saint Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland

CHRISTENING.

Name Anne Forrester Addis
Gender Female
Christening Place SAINT CUTHBERTS, EDINBURGH, MIDLOTHIAN, SCOTLAND
Birth Date 21 Mar 1851
Birthplace Saint Cuthberts, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland
Father's Name Thomas Addis
Mother's Name Robina Scott Thorburn

Scotland Census, 1861:

Name Anne F Addis
Event Type Census
Event Date 1861
Gender Female
Age 10
Birthplace Midlothian
Registration District Newington
County Midlothian
Birth Year (Estimated) 1851

MARRIAGE. 31 Jan 1870, Edinburgh Parish, Edinburgh, Midlothian, Scotland

MARRIAGE. 31 Jan 1870, Peter Graham, R. A., LL.D., son of ??

MARRIAGE. 31 Jan 1870,

Name Peter Graham
Spouse's Name Anne Forrester Addis
Event Date 31 Jan 1870
Event Place Edinburgh Parish,Edinburgh,Midlothian,Scotland

Children (born before Census 1881):

(1) David Farquaharson Graham, b. 14 Dec 1870, d. 12 Mar 1882
(2) Robert Addis Graham, b. 19 Apr 1872, d. 19 Apr 1872
(3) Peter Graham, b. 25 Apr 1873, d, 1 Jan 1878
(4) Robina Thorburn Graham, b. abt. 1875, d. aft. 1891
(5) Annie Graham, b. 14 May 1876, d. aft. 1891
(6) Mary Graham, b. abt. 1878, d. aft. 1891
(7) Alice Graham, b. abt. 1880, d.. aft 1891

England and Wales Census, 1881:

Name Peter Graham
Event Type Census
Event Date 1881
Event Place Kensington, London,Middlesex, England
Registration District Kensington
Residence Note Ladbroke Rd
Gender Male
Age 45
Marital Status (Original) Married
Occupation Artist
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Birth Year (Estimated) 1836
Birthplace Edinburgh, Scotland
Page Number 31
Registration Number RG11
Piece/Folio 30/117
Affiliate Record Type Household
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE
Peter Graham Head M 45 Edinburgh, Scotland
Anne Graham Wife F 30 Edinburgh, Scotland
David Graham Son M 10 London, London, Middlesex, England
Robina Graham Daughter F 6 London, London, Middlesex, England
Anne Graham Daughter F 4 London, London, Middlesex, England
Mary Graham Daughter F 2 London, London, Middlesex, England
Alice Graham Daughter F 9 M London, London, Middlesex, England
Georgina Proctor Servant F 44 Scotland
Maria Reed Servant F 52 Wassingford, England
Cristina Young Servant F 20 Scotland
Sarah Lambert Servant F 20 London, London, Middlesex, England

Children (born after Census 1881/before Census 1891):

(8) Jean Graham, b. 8 Jan 1883, d. aft. 1891
(9) Alan Graham, b. abt. 1887, d. aft. 1887
(10) Margaret Graham, 2 Mar 1890, poss. d. 10 Jan 1899
(11) John Hamilton Thomas Graham, b. abt. 1893, d. 4 or 6 Jul 1916
(12) Richard Graham, b. abt. 1896, d. 10 Jan 1915

England and Wales Census, 1891:

Name Peter Graham
Event Type Census
Event Date 1891
County London
Parish Kensington
Ecclesiastical Parish ST JOHN
Registration District Kensington
Residence Note Ladbroke Road
Gender Male
Age 55
Marital Status Married
Occupation Artist Painter
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Birth Year (Estimated) 1836
Birthplace Scotland
Page Number 26
Registration Number RG12
Piece/Folio 22/ 75
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE
Peter Graham Head M 55 Scotland
Anne Graham Wife F 40 Scotland
Robina Graham Daughter F 16 London, England
Annie Graham Daughter F 14 London, England
Mary Graham Daughter F 19 (sic, 12/13) London, England
Alice Graham Daughter F 10 Kensington, London, England
Jean Graham Daughter F 8 London, England
Margaret Graham Daughter F 1 London, England
Christina Young Servant F 30 Scotland
Emma Juartack Servant F 14 London, England
Mary Sutton Servant F 20 Middlesex, England
Letitia Ripley Servant F 30 London, Grosvenor Square

England and Wales Census, 1901:

Name Peter Graham
Event Type Census
Event Date 31 Mar 1901
Event Place Kensington, London, Middlesex, England
County London, Middlesex
Civil Parish Kensington
Ecclesiastical Parish St John'S Notting Hill
Sub-District Kensington Town
Registration District Kensington
Residence Note Ladbroke Road
Gender Male
Age 65
Occupation Artist
Relationship to Head of Household Head
Birth Year (Estimated) 1836
Birthplace Scotland
Schedule Type 172
Page Number 33
HOUSEHOLD ROLE GENDER AGE BIRTHPLACE
Peter Graham Head M 65 Scotland
Anne Graham Wife F 50 Scotland
Letitia Ripley Servant F 39 Davies St Oxford St
T H A Ripley Son M 17 Harrow Rd, London
P W Ripley Son M 12 Lawrence Mass U S A Br

Death of Spouse: 18 Oct 1921, Saint Andrews, Fife, Scotland

BURIAL.

Name Peter Graham
Event Type Burial
Event Place Saint Andrews, , Fife, Scotland
Photograph Included N
Affiliate Record Identifier 121675719
Cemetery Saint Andrews Eastern Cemetery
https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:QVGC-7FRD
http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=121675719

DEATH. Abt. 1930, St Andrews, Scotland


About Spouse:

Royal Academy of Arts [1]

Peter Graham, R.A.
Preferred Media: Painting
Born: 13 March 1836 in Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom
Died: 18 October 1921
Nationality: British
Category of Membership: Painter
Elected A.R.A: 24 Jan 1877
Elected R.A: 08 Dec 1881
Elected Senior R.A: 25 Mar 1919

Peter Graham 1836-1921 [2]

Born in Edinburgh, the son of an accountant, Graham was a pupil of Robert Scott Lauder in Edinburgh and was a contemporary of Orchardson and Pettie (q.q.v.). His early work was mainly genre scenes until 1860 when he decided to concentrate more fully on landscape painting.

In 1866 Graham moved to London and exhibited A Spate in the Highlands at the RA, the success of which he never truly surpassed. The resounding public success of Graham’s painting sparked off debate concerning the neglect of landscape painters within the RA.

Graham’s next popular success was A Rainy Day (1871), which captured perfectly the effects of wet weather in the Highlands. From 1872, Graham showed large paintings of bleak storm-lashed cliffs covered with seabirds, which were created from numerous sketches and studies made from boats moored just off the rocks.

In addition to landscapes and coastal scenes, Graham depicted glimpses of the Scottish Highlands, swathed in mist and heather, often featuring shaggy-coated, long-horned highland cattle. Graham owned a country house in Buckinghamshire where he kept half a dozen Highland cattle, using them as models for his painting. His canvases often introduced bright patches of purple and violet to vary the tones of grey and dun.

Graham was elected ARA 1876 and RA 1882.

Sources

  1.  :http://www.racollection.org.uk/ixbin/indexplus?_IXACTION_=file&_IXFILE_=templates/full/person.html&_IXTRAIL_=Academicians&person=5692
  2. Art in the Age of Queen Victoria, Treasures from the Royal Academy of Arts, p149: http://bit.ly/1QdG185


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