Kellock BROWN 1856–1934
Sculptor, particularly in metal, of genre groups and monuments. Born 15 December 1856 in Glasgow, son of an art metal worker and brother of Alexander Kellock Brown, landscape painter. Studied at the Glasgow School of Art, at the R.C.A. under Lantéri, and at the R.A. Schools. Taught at the Glasgow School of Art 1887–c.1894. Principal works include the Livingstone Memorial at Blantyre 1913, Carlyle Memorial, Kelvingrove, Glasgow, 1916 and a colossal statue of Burns. Exhibited at the R.A. from 1887; R.S.A. and R.B.S. Died 20 February 1934 in Glasgow.
Mary Chamot, Dennis Farr and Martin Butlin, The Modern British Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture, London 1964, I