I am collecting information about the life and work of my great-great-grandfather – the self-taught Borders sculptor Andrew Currie (1812-1891) – whose birth bicentennial falls next year.
He was born at Howford, a farm in the parish of Yarrow, attended Selkirk Grammar School, then trained and worked as a millwright before becoming a sculptor.
Andrew Currie’s best-known works are the statue of Mungo Park in Selkirk and the monument to the Ettrick Shepherd at St Mary’s Loch.
I would be most grateful for any information anyone might be able to provide.
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