Gauld, David

David Gauld (1865-1936) was an important Scottish artist who worked in both oils and stained glass and was regarded as being one of the innovators within the Glasgow Boys group. Some of his works, such as St Agnes (1889-90) and Music (c.1891) are seen as precursors of the Art Nouveau movement. His works were seen as having both a Japanese and Pre-Raphaelite influence upon them.

Source: David Gauld on Wikipedia

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