Sir Muirhead Bone...
Works in stock Sir Muirhead Bone, NEAC (1876-1953) was an artist of great repute in his day, especially noted for his architectural and industrial views, although he also produced landscapes and portraits.  His favoured mediums were etchings, dry points, watercolours and chalk drawings.  He was born David Muirhead Bone in Glasgow and studied at Glasgow School of Art and under Archibald Kay.  His early subjects were found in Glasgow and the surrounding area.  In 1901 Bone settled in London and he exhibited at the Royal Academy (1900-04 and 1931-1953) and more extensively at the New English Art Club (1898-1953).  He was elected a member of the NEAC in 1902 and was an honorary member of both the Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Scottish Academy.  He showed at the RSA 1901-1953.  Bone produced some very fine book illustrations, one of his best known being Old Spain.  He travelled and worked abroad widely, including in France, Greece, Holland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, Sweden and Turkey.  He was an official war artist during both wars and was knighted in 1937. Muirhead Bone was the father of the artist Stephen Bone. His work is represented in many public collections including The Tate Gallery, Imperial War Museum, and Glasgow Museums..