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Dr James Hutchinson Cockburn (1882–1973)

© the artist's estate. Photo credit: Dunblane Museum

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James Hutchinson Cockburn BD DD Theol LHD FSA Scot was Minister, Dunblane Cathedral 1918–1945; Senior Minister 1945–1973; Chaplain to His Majesty King George VI and to her Majesty Queen Elizabeth; Moderator of the General Assembly of the Church of Scotland, year 1941; Director of Department of Inter-Church Aid, World Council of Churches, Geneva, 1945–1948; Founder of the Society of Friends of Dunblane Cathedral; author of 'The Celtic Church in Dunblane' and 'The Medieval Bishops of Dunblane and their Church'.

Dunblane Museum



Dr James Hutchinson Cockburn (1882–1973)




oil on canvas


H 85 x W 110 cm

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Acquisition method

donated by the sitter

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Inscription description

WO Hutchison 1945


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