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Biography

William Strang RA (13 February 1859 – 12 April 1921) was a Scottish painter and engraver, notable for illustrating the works of Bunyan, Coleridge and Kipling.

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Artworks

Artist as subject

William Strang Self-Portrait

1919

William Strang Self-Portrait

1912

Henry Scott Tuke Diary of Henry Scott Tuke

12 March 1899–31 December 1905

Sir William Rothenstein Portrait of Mr William Strang

1897

Walter Richard Sickert, recipient: Ethel Sands Letter from Walter Sickert

date not known

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