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Sir William Reid Dick (1879-1961)

Sir William Reid Dick (1879-1961)

Code: 10309


W: 21cm (8.3")H: 21cm (8.3")D: 18cm (7.1")


Bronze, Signed Reid Dick ARA 

Prov : Private collection UK since 1970's


A really fine example of a rare work by Reid Dick, this portrait bust has a very good green, brown patina.


Sir William Reid Dick KCVO RA

Born in Glasgow, trained Glasgow school of art in 1907, exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy from 1908 (ARA 1921, RA 1928). Reid Dick became the most well known sculptors of his day.

He received many official commissions, and sat on a number of advisory committees including the Royal Mint.  Sculptor to the King George VI, 1938-1952 and Queens Sculptor in Ordinary for Scotland 1952 until his death.

Commissions include, Kitchener Memorial Chapel in St Paul's, Lion on Menin Gate; Ypres, Stone equestrian group 'Controlled Energy'; Unilever House. Tombs of George V and Queen Mary; Windsor, Franklin d. Roosevelt; Governor Square.