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Brymner, William, Scotland 1855 to 1925 Oil Paintings
William Brymner was born in Greenock, Scotland, in 1855 and passed on in 1925. At three years old, the Brymer family moved to Lower Canada, and again at age 9, they moved to Montreal. In 1878 he enlisted at the Academy Julian in Paris, contemplating design. Both his educators at the Academy, William-Adolphe Bouguereau, and Tony Robert-Fleury, were acclaimed naturalist craftsmen. Brymners work is impressionist and painterly in style and portrays delightful rustic scenes just as average figures.
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