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Born in Glasgow, he worked for the artist Charles Hodge Mackie cutting woodblocks later becoming a successful landscape and figure painter. He exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy and the Royal Glasgow Institute where he was elected member and for a time he was the art critic of the Glasgow Herald. His work is sometimes associated with the ‘Glasgow Boys’ and their circle, indeed when Munro died his widow married the Galloway painter W S MacGeorge.
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