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Robert Forrest was a self-taught, 19th-century, Scottish sculptor. He began work in 1817 in a quarry in Clydesdale and later moved to a quarry near Lanark. Until his death on 29 December 1852, he exhibited works in Edinburgh. A statue of John Knox, 1825, in The Necropolis, Glasgow, is by him.