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By Gary Nisbet
Neil Peter Livingstone
(b. 1954)
Born in Dundee and currently based in Arbroath, he studied at Dollar Academy and Duncan of Jordanstone School of Art, Dundee, 1971-5, during which time he studied sculpture in France, Italy and Greece while on holiday.

Amongst his commissions are works for Anthony Gibbs Merchant Bankers, Linlithgow Leisure Centre, and Eric Banks Publications.

He also executed work for the restoration of Dunkeld Cathedral.

His most important work to-date is Concept of Kentigern, which was commissioned to compliment Glasgow's Buchanan Street Redevelopment Scheme in 1977.

Concept of Kentigern was removed from Buchanan Street in 1999, as part of a further scheme of 'improvements' and now lies in storage at the City Council's Maryhill depot.

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