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Sir David Wilkie Tempera undated one Standing by a Horse oil painting


Tempera undated one Standing by a Horse
Painting ID::  45946
Sir David Wilkie
Tempera undated one Standing by a Horse
mk178 on paper 27.3x19.7cm

   
   
     

Sir David Wilkie Sotiri, Dragoman of Mr Colquhoun oil painting


Sotiri, Dragoman of Mr Colquhoun
Painting ID::  52548
Sir David Wilkie
Sotiri, Dragoman of Mr Colquhoun
1840 Watercolour, gouache and oil over pencil, 475 x 328 mm

   
   
     

Sir David Wilkie self portrait oil painting


self portrait
Painting ID::  56176
Sir David Wilkie
self portrait
mk247 1804,oil on canvas,30x25 in,76x63 cm,national gallery of scotland,edinburgh,uk

   
   
     

Sir David Wilkie Self portrait of Sir David Wilkie aged about 20 oil painting


Self portrait of Sir David Wilkie aged about 20
Painting ID::  61613
Sir David Wilkie
Self portrait of Sir David Wilkie aged about 20
Self portrait of Sir David Wilkie aged about 20

   
   
     

Sir David Wilkie Sir David Wilkie flattering portrait of the kilted King George IV for the Visit of King George IV to Scotland, with lighting chosen to tone down the b oil painting


Sir David Wilkie flattering portrait of the kilted King George IV for the Visit of King George IV to Scotland, with lighting chosen to tone down the b
Painting ID::  61614
Sir David Wilkie
Sir David Wilkie flattering portrait of the kilted King George IV for the Visit of King George IV to Scotland, with lighting chosen to tone down the b
Sir David Wilkie's flattering portrait of the kilted King George IV for the Visit of King George IV to Scotland, with lighting chosen to tone down the brightness of his kilt and his knees shown bare, without the pink tights he wore at the event.

   
   
     

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     Sir David Wilkie
     1785-1841 British Sir David Wilkie Galleries Wilkie may have inherited his rectitude and tenacity, even his nervous inhibitions, from his father, the minister of his native parish. Though little responsive to schooling, he showed an early inclination towards mimicry that expressed itself in drawings, chiefly of human activity. In these he was influenced by a copy of Allan Ramsay pastoral comedy in verse, the Gentle Shepherd (1725), illustrated by David Allan in 1788. One of the few surviving examples of his early drawings represents a scene from it (c. 1797; Kirkcaldy, Fife, Mus. A.G.). Wilkie cherished the demotic spirit of this book and its illustrations throughout his life.

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