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James Elder Christie
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James Elder Christie 1847-1914 NEAC 1887
Born in Fife he trained at the art school in Paisley and in South Kensington winning Gold Medals at the RA in 1876 and 1877. He moved to Pais 1882-1885 and on his return became a founding member of the New English Art Club. In 1893 he returned to Glasgow, Christie was known for his genre and allegorical painting executed in a broad style and for his pictures of children and scenes from Burns. Christie was associated with the Glasgow boys.