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Henry Scot Tuke

1858-1929 England/Impressionism

 

Brief Biography-Henry Scot Tuke was born in York in 1858. He studied at the Slade School of Art and was foremost a figurative painter primarily known for male nude paintings; however, he was also a marine artist. Tuke visited Italy and spent time in Paris, where he associated with John Singer Sargent. He became acquainted with the Newlyn School in Cornwall and settled in Falmouth for the remainder of his life. Tuke exhibited at the Royal Academy, where he was a full member in 1914.

 

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All Hands To
The Pumps

All Hands To The Pumps

Square
Rigger

Square Rigger

Four Masted
Barque

Four Masted Barque

Georgie
and Richard

Georgie and Richard

Mrs Elizabeth
Jane Fouracre

Mrs Elizabeth Jane Fouracre

The Midday Rest
Sailors Yarning

The Midday Rest Sailors Yarning

Portrait study of
Molly Dalyrmple

Portrait study of Molly Dalyrmple

Ship
Builders

Ship Builders

The Steering
Lesson

The Steering Lesson

Portrait
of a Boy

Portrait of a Boy

The
Look Out

The Look Out

The
Old Sea Dog

The Old Sea Dog

The
Fisherman

The Fisherman