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Nineteenth Century New Zealand Artists: A Guide & Handbook

FRASER, Alexander R. ARCA, ARBS 1877–1953

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FRASER, Alexander R. ARCA, ARBS 1877–1953

Born Edinburgh, Scotland; arrived Wellington 1901 and taught at Wellington Technical College. Returned to England 1912, studied sculpture at the Royal College of Art and the Royal Academy Schools under Professor Lanterry and Sir William Goscombe John RA; and exhibited with RA from 1913–35. Served as a draughtsman with the British Flying Corps 1916–18. Designed and executed the panel at Le Quesnoy and a relief in Amiens Cathedral, both commemorating the New Zealand Forces' service in France. Returned to Wellington 1937. Work included in Centennial Ex, Wtn 1940.