Person    | Male  Born 26/5/1867  Died 28/4/1938

Dr Robert Tait Mackenzie/Mckenzie

Categories: Sculpture

Countries: Canada, Scotland

Physician, physical therapist, physical educator, and sculptor. Born Ontario of Scots stock. Served as a medical officer in Manchester in WW1. He was commisioned for the 1927 Scots American war memorial in Edinburgh. He considered the central figure his best work and that is where his heart is buried.

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Dr Robert Tait Mackenzie/Mckenzie

Creations Information

General Wolfe statue

{On the pock-marked back of the plinth:} This monument, the gift of the Canad...

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