Joan R Ker (1901-1976) was a Scottish painter of coastal scenes, marine subjects and landscapes. She worked extensively along the west and east coasts of Scotland, and also in Edinburgh, Sussex, France, the Netherlands, Denmark, Russia, Venice and Sicily. She exhibited at the Royal Academy (in 1937), the Royal Scottish Academy (12 works from 1931-73), the Royal Glasgow Institute (1961-66), the Royal Society of British Artists, the New English Art Club (13 works from 1933-69) and the Society of Women Artists (1931-32). Miss Ker lived at Ledaig in Argyll in the early 1930s, then at Strathblane, and for many years at Thornhill, near to Stirling. She also spent some time in the 1930s based in Rye, East Sussex.
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