(1867 - 1952)
Maggie Hamilton was active/lived in Scotland. Maggie Hamilton is known for still life, genre painting, embroidery on silk.
Biography Maggie Hamilton
Maggie Hamilton: artist and mother
Excerpted from the article by Donald Fullarton in Helensburgh Heritage
Maggie Hamilton, who married architect and artist Alexander Nisbet Paterson in 1897, was a leading embroideress of her time and also highly regarded as a painter.
Born in Kelvinside, Glasgow, on September 1 1867, Maggie was the daughter of Glasgow bobbin manufacturer James Hamilton and his wife Mary Stevenson.
The family moved to Thornton Lodge in Sinclair Street, which played a big part in her life and became the focus for a number of Glasgow artists in the late 1800s.
Her eldest brother was James Whitelaw Hamilton, one of the first members of the Glasgow Boys group of artists, many of whom cam
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