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A Gentle Critic - John Faed
 A Gentle Critic

Artist: John Faed
Title: A Gentle Critic
Date: Not Known
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description:

18.5 by 15.5 inches

Exhibited at the RSA in 1884 and the RA in 1885, this is a self portrait of the artist painted some years before. "A Gentle Critic is painted with the skill and precision of a miniaturiest but is combined with the freedom of a larger working area that allowed Faed a composition that includes beautifully observed pockets of still life, portraits of himself and his model and a distant view looking towards his home town of Gatehouse of Fleet." (Five Centuries of Scottish Painting, Atelier Books, 2006)

This work was shown at the Town Hall, Kirkcudbright for the exhibition Five Centuries of Scottish Painting, August, 2006

Image supplied by kind permission of Bourne Fine Art.

Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Gatehouse of Fleet

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