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  • Type
    Individual - Modern
  • Remarks
    Frederick F. Ogilvie (active:1902-1920) was a watercolour landscape painter who travelled in the Middle East and lived in Egypt for a time. He exhibited at the Royal Academy, Royal Scottish Academy, and Walker’s Gallery in London, as well as at galleries and universities in the U.S. His most famous Egyptian subjects seem to have been the sites of Philae and Meir, although Deir el-Bahri and Giza are also represented in his work.