Alex Anderson’s donation to the DWT

My long association with the investigation into the works of David Waterson has taken me to many cities throughout the UK – London, Oxford, Leeds, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Dundee to name but a few, these public collections along with several other individual collections of David Waterson’s works, can be seen by visiting

Brechin City, the birthplace of David Waterson, holds by far the most individual collections of DW’s works ranging from one to scores of paintings and we have to thank the many Brechiners who over the years have in many different ways supported the artist

The David Waterson Trust (DWT) has already notified the people of Brechin of the several donations made to the DWT, via the pages of the Brechin Advertiser and via the news columns on our web site, and am delighted to inform the Brechin people of a further donation of two framed paintings 22 x 14 cm, one water-colour and one pastel.

Alex Anderson who hails from Warwick inherited the two paintings from his father George and his aunt, George’s sister Cora Lawson (nee Anderson,) both born and raised in Brechin; the paintings were presented to DWT chairman at the offices of Ferguson and Will last week and on behalf of the people of Brechin our heartfelt thanks to Mr Anderson for such a generous gift.

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