James Guthrie (artist)

Scottish painter (1859-1930) / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Sir James Guthrie PPRSA (10 June 1859 – 6 September 1930) was a Scottish painter, associated with the Glasgow Boys. He is best known in his own lifetime for his portraiture, although today more generally regarded as a painter of Scottish Realism.

James Guthrie
A Hind's Daughter by Sir James Guthrie 1883, Scottish National Gallery
To Pastures New (1883), painted when Guthrie was only 23 years old. Art critic Brian Sewell wrote of the picture, "Of its kind it is a masterpiece...".[1]