Andrew Redmond Barr
Andrew Redmond Barr is a writer and artist from Edinburgh with a keen interest in Scottish history, literature and culture. He is the author of multiple books, and has worked on a number of hand-drawn illustration projects, including book design, murals and solo exhibitions.
In the run-up to 2020 he played a key role in preparations for the Declaration of Arbroath’s 700th anniversary, and launched The Illustrated Declaration of Arbroath.
Andrew has worked in collaboration with national cultural institutions such as the Saltire Society, the National Records of Scotland and Historic Environment Scotland.
His work has been featured in a number of publications including The National, The Sunday National, The Scotsman, The Courier, The Press & Journal, The Herald, The Sunday Herald, the Scottish Review of Books, The Scots Independent, The Sunday Post, and a number of local papers across Scotland.
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