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Semi-naked Female by Sir William Russell Flint
c. 1950 England
Offered by Holly Johnson Antiques
Chalk,pencil,watercolour on paper
16.5cms x 19.5cms
Sir William Russell Flint was a Scottish artist particularly known for his watercolour paintings of women . He also worked in Oils, tempura and printmaking. He was born in Edinburg. From 1894-1900 Flint apprenticed as a lithographic draughtsman while taking classes at the Royal Academy of ART Edinburgh. 1900- 1902 he worked as a medical illustrator in London whilst studying at Heatherleys Art School. He also furthered his art education by studying independently at the British Museum. Flint was an artist for the Illustrated London News from 1903-1907.
He was President of Britains Royal Society of Painters in Watercolour (now the Royal Watercolour Society) from 1936- 56, and knighted in 1947.
|Height||19.50 cm||(7.68 inches)|
|Width||16.50 cm||(6.50 inches)|
|Depth||3.00 cm||(1.18 inches)|
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