2 edition of William McCance 1894-1970 found in the catalog.
William McCance 1894-1970
Catalogue of the exhibition held at Cyril Gerber Fine Art, Glasgow, 9-30 September 1989.
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Lesley Duncan meets a straight-talking painter whose compositions are. In Hughes-Stanton and Hermes, along with William McCance () and Agnes Miller Parker (), were appointed in various capacities to the artistic and business management of the Gregynog Press.
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Genre/Form: Biographies Catalogs Exhibition catalogs Exhibitions Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Elliott, Patrick. William McCance, William McCance was born in Cambuslang near Glasgow in and attended Glasgow School of Art from He was imprisoned as a conscientious objector during the First World War, and moved to London in This move had a profound effect upon his style, introducing him to the work of the Vorticists (notably Wyndham Lewis).
William McCance – British, Scottish View all 12 artworks. Kimono Study City Art Centre. Museums & Galleries Edinburgh – City of Edinburgh Council. Mediterranean Hill Town Dundee Art Galleries and Museums Collection (Dundee City Council).
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The Artist. Auction Records. Buy / Sell. Resources. ( — ) William McCance was a Scottish artist. Born in Cambuslang, Scotland in McCance began his artistic education at the Glasgow School of Art where he studied painting between the years to McCance is a surname.
Notable people with the surname include: Chester McCance (–), Canadian football player; Keith McCance (–), Australian politician; Robert McCance (–), British academic; Sean E. McCance, American orthopedic surgeon; William McCance (–), Scottish artist; See also.
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William McCance () was a Drawing and Painting student at The Glasgow school of Art from He was also a Conscientious Objector (CO) during the First World War, something which was to have great impact on his life in his early twenties.
The ideas of a distinctive modern Scottish art were expressed in the inter-war period by figures including Stanley Cursiter (–), William McCance (–), William Johnstone (–) and J. Fergusson (–). Stanley Cursiter was influenced by the Celtic revival, post-impressionism and Futurism, as can be seen in his Rain on Princes Street ().
William McCance (–): Selected Works. McCance took up his role teaching book design at Reading University’s School of Art from until his retiral in Within this time. William McCance (–), according to his Wikipedia entry, is noteworthy for the following: "McCance's paintings in the s were unusual in that he was one of the few Scottish artists who embraced the cubist, abstract and machine-inspired arts movements that spread across Europe following the First World War.".
Born in Glasgow, William McCance () was only 6 years old at the start of the century. But during the next 70 years of his life he was to make a significant impact on the 20th century British Art Movement.
His drawing skill was a fundamental part of McCance's work. William McCance (), Scottish artist, a collection of his paintings is held in the National Galleries of Scotland; Robert Alexander McCance FRS (), British academic, Professor of Experimental Medicine at the University of Cambridge, eponym of.
William McCance (Scottish, –) Artworks Artworks for Sale & Auction Results. Availability William McCance. Moloch of the Machine (Machine Gods), Sale Date: Ap Auction Closed. William McCance. Self Portrait, Nationality: Scottish. Tips for Husbands and Wives from by Smythers, The book may have minor markings which are not specifically mentioned.
Most items will be dispatched the same or the next working day. Seller Inventory # wbb William Mccance Elliott, Patrick. Published by National Galleries of Scotland. William McCance (–), Artist, Illustrator and Typographer, Self Portrait National Galleries of Scotland, Scottish National Portrait Gallery Kimono Study City Art Centre Mediterranean Hill Town Dundee Art Galleries and Museums Collection (Dundee City Council).
Swanson, Margaret, ; McCance, William, ; Heming, Lesley; McMillan, Margaret; Macbeth, Ann, ; Parker, Agnes Miller, ; William Clowes and Sons (Firm: London) Ann Macbeth and Margaret Swanson ran Glasgow School of Art's needlework section and pioneered the subject general education introducing a graded craft.
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The book was published by Gregynog Press in Miller Parker’s book illustrations were based on Aesop’s ancient moralistic fables which have been collected and published for centuries.
Her illustrations were accompanied by large pictorial initials designed by her husband, the printer William McCance (–). She was born in Irvine, Ayrshire and attended to Glasgow School of Art from to Miller Parker returned and taught art at the school for a short while, then married the artist William McCance () in and moved to England.
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