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William Strang (1859-1921), Painter and etcher

Sitter in 11 portraits
Artist associated with 65 portraits
Painter and etcher; entered the Slade School of Art, 1875, where he was much influenced by Alphonso Legros. In the eighties and nineties, he concentrated on printmaking, producing numerous etched portraits, illustrations, and figure subjects of great psychological intensity and individuality; turned his attention more fully to painting after 1900.

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2929

Thomas Hardy

by William Strang
oil on panel, 1893
On display in Room 28 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 2929

2773

Robert Bridges

by William Strang
goldpoint, engraved 1898
NPG 2773

2919

Rudyard Kipling

by William Strang
pencil, circa 1898
NPG 2919

5979

Robert Bridges

by William Strang
goldpoint, 1898
NPG 5979

3185

Laurence Binyon

by William Strang
pencil, 1901
NPG 3185

2927a

Edward R. Warren

by William Strang
chalk, 1904
NPG 2927a

2927b

Unknown man

by William Strang
chalk, 1904
NPG 2927b

5977

Sir Emery Walker

by William Strang
etching, 1906
NPG 5977

1908

George Meredith

by William Strang
oil on canvas, 1908
NPG 1908

4568

John Masefield

by William Strang
etching, 1912
NPG 4568

1922

Thomas Hardy

by William Strang
pencil, 1919
NPG 1922

D16927

John Wilkes

by William Strang, after Robert Edge Pine
etching, late 19th century
NPG D16927

D3302

Richard Jefferies

by William Strang
photogravure, circa 1880-1902
NPG D3302

D31915

William Strang; Ernest Sichel

by William Strang, printed by David Strang
etching, 1883
NPG D31915