McLundie, Robert Douglas

R Douglas McLundie / Abbey Studio, west wall north transept (1956), Crathie Kirk, Aberdeenshire.
Photo: Peter Hildebrand

Robert Douglas McLundie (1908-64) was born in Glasgow but attended Slade School of Art in London 1926-29. He then returned to Glasgow and joined his grandfather’s firm of City Glass Co where he was taught by George Neal, who had worked for Stephen Adam, Oscar Paterson and Guthrie & Wells. In 1940 he moved to Edinburgh and took over the management of Abbey Studio. This was a subsidiary of the City Glass Co, with branches in Glasgow and Edinburgh, which had previously been run by his father, Alexander Monteath McLundie (d.1939).

Source: 200 Scottish Stained Glass Artists by Rona H Moody in The Journal of Stained Glass Scotland Issue Vol XXX (2006)

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