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Edward Atkinson Hornel

Edward Atkinson Hornel  

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(1864–1933)Scottish painter, born in Bacchus Marsh, Victoria, Australia. Shortly after he was born his parents left for Kirkcudbright in Scotland, where he remained for most of his life. He was ...
Glasgow School

Glasgow School  

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A group of artists and architects including Charles Rennie Mackintosh and Margaret Macdonald who worked in Glasgow from the 1890s and were influenced by Art Nouveau and the Arts and Crafts Movement.
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The Concise Oxford Dictionary of Art Terms (2 ed.)

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The nickname given by critics to a loosely associated group of predominantly Glasgow-based artists on the occasion of their work being shown at the Grosvenor Gallery, London in ...

Ken Currie

Ken Currie  

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(1960– )Scottish painter, the most overtly political of the Glasgow School which emerged in the 1980s. Born in North Shields to Scottish parents, he studied at Glasgow School of Art between 1978 and ...
New English Art Club

New English Art Club  

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(NEAC)Artists' society founded in London in 1886 in reaction against the conservative and complacent attitudes of the Royal Academy. The founders—largely artists who had worked in France and had been ...
Scottish Colourists

Scottish Colourists  

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A term first used in 1948 to describe the work of four Scottish painters, F. C. B. Cadell, Leslie Hunter, S. J. People, and J. D. Fergusson, who spent time in France in the early 20th century and ...
Sir John Lavery

Sir John Lavery  

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(1856–1941)British painter, mainly of portraits. He was born in Belfast and studied in Glasgow, in London, and then in the early 1880s in Paris (at the Académie Julian and elsewhere). Between 1885 ...

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