This article possibly contains original research. (October 2021)
Robert Frier RSA (1855–1912) was a Scottish artist. He specialised in landscapes.
He was born in Edinburgh in 1855. His father also Robert was a draper with a shop on the Lawnmarket in the Old Town and living at Ratcliffe Terrace in the South Side. As there is a Robert Frier exhibiting at the Royal Scottish Academy from 1853 this may indicate that his father also had artistic talent. His older brother Henry (Harry) Frier (1849-1921) was also an artist.
By 1890 he is living in a much larger house at 108 George Street and is listed as a "landscape artist and teacher of drawing and painting".
By 1895 he has left Edinburgh, possibly to live with his brother Henry in London.
- Stormy Highland Scene with Fishermen
- Scottish Landscape with Stick Gatherer
- Boat on a Canal with Trees
- Two Figures on a Bridge
- Scottish River Scene
- On the Lochside near Luss
- In the Leny Glen
- "Robert Frier | Art Auction Results".
- Edinburgh Post Office Directory 1855
- "Creech St Michael - About - Hall of Fame - Harry Frier".
- Edinburgh Post Office Directory 1880
- Edinburgh Post Office Directory 1890