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William HUNTER, (fl.1910-1967)

Study in Pink

Medium

Oil on Canvas
Size
24x20in (61x50.8cm)
Price
SOLD
Provenance


About the Artist

William HUNTER (fl.1910-1967)

Painter, mainly in oil, born and lived in Glasgow.

Studied at Glasgow School of Art under Newbery and Greiffenhagen. Helped by a travelling scholarship, he visited many European cities
and studied for a time in Brussels under Artot. He assisted Greiffenhagen and Anning Bell in painting murals.

Exhibited extensively at Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts as well as at the RA., R.S.A., ROI., G.I., in the provinces, at the Paris Salon and in North America. Principal works include The Bubble Reputation, Cockatoo, Blue and Gold and Coquette.

Lived at Bearsden, Glasgow, and died on 29th March 1967. Glasgow Corporation bought his work.

Category

Modern British

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