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Portrait of David Strang, 1919 by William Strang RA (Scottish 1859-1921).....etching.....William Strang married Agnes McSymon, who was also from Dumbarton, in 1885, and the couple had four sons and one daughter. Two of their sons, Ian (1886 – 1952) and David (1887 – 1967), became printmakers. Ian was an etcher, draughtsman and painter mainly of architectural and landscape subjects who, like his father, trained at the Slade. Ian Strang wrote The Student's Book of Etching in 1938. David Strang…

Portrait of David Strang, 1919 by William Strang RA (Scottish 1859-1921).....etching.....William Strang married Agnes McSymon, who was also from Dumbarton, in 1885, and the couple had four sons and one daughter. Two of their sons, Ian (1886 – 1952) and David (1887 – 1967), became printmakers. Ian was an etcher, draughtsman and painter mainly of architectural and landscape subjects who, like his father, trained at the Slade. Ian Strang wrote The Student's Book of Etching in 1938. David Strang…

David Croal Thomson, 1905 by William Strang (Scottish 1859-1921)......David Croal Thompson (1855 – 1930) was an Edinburgh-born art dealer and critic, based mainly in London. He was a director of the Goupil Gallery, founder of the art firm Barbizon House and editor of the Art Journal from 1892 to 1902. He made a major contribution to the appreciation of French art in Britain during the latter part of the nineteenth century, organising important exhibitions of works by Corot, Daubigny and also…

David Croal Thomson, 1905 by William Strang (Scottish 1859-1921)......David Croal Thompson (1855 – 1930) was an Edinburgh-born art dealer and critic, based mainly in London. He was a director of the Goupil Gallery, founder of the art firm Barbizon House and editor of the Art Journal from 1892 to 1902. He made a major contribution to the appreciation of French art in Britain during the latter part of the nineteenth century, organising important exhibitions of works by Corot, Daubigny and also…

Thomas Hardy, 1910  by William Strang (Scottish 1859-1921).....etching.....Thomas Hardy was the subject of several drawings, etchings and oil portraits by Strang, becoming possibly the artist’s most famous sitter. Strang probably first met Hardy in London in the early 1890s when both were members of the Art Workers Guild, a circle of artists and literary figures interested in the promotion of the applied arts in the community. The two shared similar concerns - Hardy’s writing, like Strang’s…

Thomas Hardy, 1910 by William Strang (Scottish 1859-1921).....etching.....Thomas Hardy was the subject of several drawings, etchings and oil portraits by Strang, becoming possibly the artist’s most famous sitter. Strang probably first met Hardy in London in the early 1890s when both were members of the Art Workers Guild, a circle of artists and literary figures interested in the promotion of the applied arts in the community. The two shared similar concerns - Hardy’s writing, like Strang’s…

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