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William Cruikshank Breaking a Road oil painting


Breaking a Road
Painting ID::  94055
William Cruikshank
Breaking a Road
oil on canvas, 93 x 175.6 cm TTD

   
   
     

William Cruikshank Sand Wagon. oil painting


Sand Wagon.
Painting ID::  94056
William Cruikshank
Sand Wagon.
Oil on canvas, 91.6 x 132.4 cm Date 1895 TTD

   
   
     

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     William Cruikshank
     William Cruikshank (December 25, 1848, Broughty Ferry, Scotland e May 19, 1922, Kansas City, Missouri) was a British painter and the grand-nephew of George Cruikshank. He studied art at the Royal Scottish Academy in Edinburgh, at the Royal Academy in London, and in Paris. His last studies were interrupted by the Franco-Prussian War. In 1871 he settled in Canada, opened a studio in Toronto and for twenty-five years was an instructor in the Central Ontario School of Art, later the Ontario College of Art. In 1894 he was elected a member of the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts and acquired a considerable reputation as a portrait and figure painter, and as a painter of Canadian scenes. Some of his paintings are in the National Gallery of Canada

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