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Sir William Reid Dick (1879-1961), Sculptor

Sitter in 30 portraits
Artist of 4 portraits
Born in Glasgow, he became an Associate of the Royal Academy in 1921, and a Royal Academician in 1928. Dick served as president of the Royal Society of British Sculptors from 1933 to 1938. Dick was renowned during his lifetime as a sculptor of portrait statuary. He was knighted by King George V in 1935. He was Sculptor in Ordinary for Scotland to King George VI from 1938 until his death.

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3929

Sir Reginald Theodore Blomfield

by Sir William Reid Dick
bronze bust, 1927
NPG 3929

3062

Joseph Duveen, Baron Duveen

by Sir William Reid Dick
stone bust, 1933
On display in Room 31 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 3062

4164

Queen Mary

by Sir William Reid Dick
bronze bust, 1938
On display in Room 31 at the National Portrait Gallery
NPG 4164

4114

King George VI

by Sir William Reid Dick
bronze bust, 1945
NPG 4114

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