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William Strang (1859-1921), Painter and etcher

Later Victorian Portraits Catalogue

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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x12826

William Strang

by Malcolm Arbuthnot
platinum print, circa 1914?
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D31915

William Strang; Ernest Sichel

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

D31916

William Strang

by William Strang, printed by David Strang
etching, 1883
NPG D31916

D31917

William Strang

by William Strang, printed by David Strang
etching, 1890
NPG D31917

D31918

William Strang

by William Strang, printed by David Strang
etching, 1890-1891
NPG D31918

D1395

William Strang

by William Strang
etching, 1894
NPG D1395

D20901

William Strang

by Sir William Rothenstein
lithograph, 1897
NPG D20901

D42079

William Strang

by Sir William Rothenstein
lithograph, 1897
NPG D42079

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