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By Gary Nisbet
George Gregory
(fl. 1903-6)
An architectural sculptor and instructor in stone carving at GSA , 1903-6, he trained at the school under William Vickers in the late 1890s, and later taught Alexander Proudfoot and Archibald Dawson .

In 1905-6, he collaborated with Richard Ferris on the Chimera doorpiece and other ornamental carving for James Salmon and J Gaff Gillespie 's additions to the British Linen Bank, 110 Queen Street (dem. 1968).

Sources:

  • GSA Prospectus, 1903-6;
  • AJ 23 November, 1906;

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