Sir William Reid Dick(1878-1961), Sculptor
Sitter in 31 portraits
Artist of 4 portraits
Celebrated for his monumental, stylised sculptures and portraits characterised by simplified form, Scottish-born Dick trained at the Glasgow School of Art and Lambeth Art School. From 1908, he exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy, becoming an Associate in 1921 and a Royal Academician in 1928. Notable commissions included the Kitchener memorial chapel in St Paul's Cathedral (1922-5) and bas-reliefs for the department store Selfridges, London (1928). He was President of the Royal Society of British Sculptors (1933-8) and knighted by King George V in 1935. He was Sculptor in Ordinary for Scotland to King George VI from 1938 until his death in 1961.
Explore the portrait of Joseph Duveen, Baron Duveen by Sir William Reid Dick (NPG 3062) from all angles | the portrait of Queen Mary by Sir William Reid Dick (NPG 4164) from all angles.
by Unknown photographer
bromide print, circa 1948
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