Rennie, George Melvin
Born in Macduff, George Melvin Rennie (1874-1953) was a Scottish painter who worked in a wide variety of mediums, including oil, watercolour, pastel, charcoal, pencil, pen and ink. He was educated at Grays school of Art.
He is largely known for his landscape work, however also depicted fishing scenes. Setting up a studio in Braemar in 1924, He tended to favourite his native Aberdeenshire, especially the Grampians, however also depicted Ayrshire, Arran and Argyll. He specialised in landscape painting.
Halsby, Julian and Harris, Paul - The Dictionary of Scottish Painters, 1600 to the present.