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Summer River by Henry Raeburn Dobson

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Henry Raeburn Dobson

Summer River

Artist: Henry Raeburn Dobson
Title: Summer River
Date: Not Known
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description:

71cm by 66 cm.

 

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Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: New Galloway


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Summer River

About the Artist

Artist: Henry Raeburn Dobson
Date of Birth: 1901
Date of Death: 1985
Place of Death: Edinburgh
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:


Education:
Studied for one year at Edinburgh College of Art


Professional Bodies:

Associate of the Royal Cambrian Academy 1921, Member of the Royal Cambrian Academy 1930


Exhibited At:
Exhibited Royal Scottish Academy


Mentors:


Associates:


Bibliography:
The Life and Work of Henry Raeburn Dobson 1901 to 1985, Eric Cabris, British Art Journal, Volume IX, Number 3, 2009.


Notes:
Henry Raeburn Dobson was the youngest son of Henry John Dobson.  At the end of the 1920s he left Edinburgh to pursue his career as a portrait painter in London where his brother Cowan was already an established portrait painter.  Following service in World War 2 Raeburn Dobson returned to live and work in Edinburgh.  He was also a frequent visitor to Brussels where he also painted many portraits.