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Water Lilies at Dalswinton by William Bruce Ellis Ranken

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Water Lilies at Dalswinton

Artist: William Bruce Ellis Ranken
Title: Water Lilies at Dalswinton
Date: 1919
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description:

34 x 46.25 inches

Rights of image retained by original source.


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Dalswinton


All Art Works by this Artist

Water Lilies at Dalswinton

Old Houses on the Nith, Maxwelltown

The Pink Parasol

In the Park, Dalswinton

In the Garden

Azalea Mollis in the Drawing Room at Dalswinton


About the Artist

Artist: William Bruce Ellis Ranken
Date of Birth: 1881
Date of Death: 1941
Place of Death: London
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Exhibited at Royal Scottish Academy 1912-1920 from Dalswinton House, Dumfries. His family rented Dalswinton from 1901 to 1920


Education:
Slade, London


Professional Bodies:
NPS 1910, ROI 1910, RI 1915, RP 1916, VPROI 1919, PS 1920


Exhibited At:
Royal Academy; Royal Scottish Academy; Royal Institute of Oil Painters; Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours; Liverpool; Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts


Mentors:
John Singer Sargent, Baron De Meyer


Associates:


Bibliography:

Web site www.williamranken.org


Notes:

An immensely prolific artist, he worked equally in oil, watercolour and pastel.  His work included portraits, interiors, landscapes and still life.  His subjects included members of the British Royal Family, the Aristocracy and American Society.  Joseph, Lord Duveen said "Mr Ranken is one of the few painters of the present day who shows in his work a genuine love of the gorgeous, the stately and the splendid".  According to Duveen, John Singer Sargent said Ranken's work "combines freshness with accuracy".  Ranken's work is represented in the majority of public art galleries in the UK.

Exhibited at:

Belfast Art Gallery

Bradford Art Gallery

Brighton Art Gallery

Carfax Gallery

Derby Art Gallery

Doll & Richards Gallery, Boston, USA

Ferargil Galleries, New York, USA

Fine Arts Gallery, Bristol

Grosvenor Gallery

Huddersfield Art Gallery

Leeds Art Gallery;

M Knoedler & Co, Galleries, New York, USA

Modern Society of Portrait Painters

National Portrait Society

New English Art Club

Oldham Art Gallery

Royal Society of Portrait Painters

Royal West of England Academy

Scottish Gallery

Slade School Exhibition

Societe National des Beaux Arts, Paris

Society of Portrait Painters

T & R Annan & Sons Gallery, Glasgow

The Arts Club of Chicago, USA

The Goupil Gallery

The International Society

The Memorial Art Gallery, Rochester, New York, USA

The Paster Society

The Royal Institute Galleries,

The Royal Institution, Liverpool

Venice International Exhibition of Fine Arts

Whitechapel Gallery

Wildenstein & Co,. Inc. Galleries, New York, USA.

Rights of images retained by original source.