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Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell

Frances Cadell was born in Edinburgh in 1883 and studied at the RSA Life School and in Paris.  In late 1906 he set off for Munich but before that he had made regular trips to stay with friends particularly in Galloway and Dumfriesshire, one of his favourite haunts being Shambellie House, New Abbey, home of the Stewart family.  Cadell was introduced to New Abbey by Ted Stewart, whose father William owned the Shambellie estate.  As Cadell's biographer Tom Hewlett has written:  "Bunty treated Shambellie very much like a second home.  He returned frequently to stay with the family, being affectionaely known as "'Uncle Bunty' by the young Stewarts and their friends who met him there".


Cadell's papers show that in those early years it was the Stewart's friends around New Abbey who kept him going.  There is, for instance, a fine protrait believed to be of Mrs Dudgeon of Cargen, a nearby house, in the Dumfries Museum collection.  On his return from Munich in 1908 Cadell stayed again at Shambellie where he painted the family's spaniel and the Shambellie Pug.  In 1912 Cadell founded the Society of Eight, a group of like-minded artists, who rejected the artistic establishment of the day and, whose work was characterised by the use of bright colours.  Ted Stewart was the group's secretary.  It was in the year 1912 too, that Cadell discovered Iona, the island to which he returned every year after World War I.  But he continuied to visit the South West.  When his application to join the army was turned down in 1914 he spent the next months working on a farm near Dumfries successfully improving his fitness.


Later in life Cadell came to accept the artistic establishment and was elected Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy in 1931 and full member in 1936.  A fine example of his later period is The Farm, Dumfriesshire, painted about 1930 and now in the McManus Gallery, Dundee. Towards the end of his life Cadell's work did not sell well and he did not die a wealthy man but his friendship with Ted Stewart continued and it was Stewart, who acted as his executor on his death in 1937.

The Boathouse, Kindar

The Boathouse, Kindar

The Farm, Dumfriesshire

The Farm, Dumfriesshire