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Andrew Law 1873–1967 Scottish artist and portrait painter.
In Law 1891, was awarded the National Medal for Success in Art and won a place at the Glasgow School of Art, where his tutor was Francis Henry Newbery. In 1896, Law was awarded a travelling scholarship and spent six months studying in Paris, where he took lessons from Robert Henri and attended classes at the Academie Delecluse.
Law was active in the Glasgow Art Club and also taught part-time at the Glasgow School of Art until his retirement in 1938. Law exhibited regularly at the Royal Scottish Academy. His only one-man show was in 1958, and in later life, he continued to paint rural and street scenes around Kilmarnock.