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William Dyce (Pegwell Bay in Kent, a reminder of the 5th October 1858) Art Poster Print - 13x19
William Dyce (Pegwell Bay in Kent, a reminder of the 5th October 1858) Art Poster
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Title: William Dyce (Pegwell Bay in Kent, a reminder of the 5th October 1858) Art Poster Print
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Size: 13 x 19 inches (33 x 48 cms)
SKU: 588018
Our Price: $6.99

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Details: This poster is of Pegwell Bay in Kent, by William Dyce. It shows a bay with beaches leading to some cliffs. There are a few people on the beach, some bending down to look for things in the sand.

William Dyce (September 19, 1806, Aberdeen, Scotland - February 14, 1864, London) was a distinguished Scottish artist, who played a significant part in the formation of public art education in the UK, as perhaps the true parent of the South Kensington Schools system. Dyce began his career at the Royal Academy schools, and then traveled to Rome for the first time in 1825. He supported himself by painting portraits at first, but soon took to other subjects of art, especially the religious subjects he preferred. He was given charge of the School of Design in Edinburgh, and was then invited to London, where he was based thereafter, to head the newly established Government School of Design, later to become the Royal College of Art.

This poster is usually printed with a thin white edge border.

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