Edinburgh,The Assembly Rooms
1 November 2001
David George Steell, A.R.S.A. (1856-1930)
Highland Cattle by Loch Striven, Strathclyde
signed and dated 'David G. Steell. 1907.' (lower left)
oil on canvas
32 x 50 in. (81.3 x 127 cm.)
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Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Academy, 1907, no. 323.
David George Steell was the son of Gourlay Steell, the successful animal painter who had been appointed 'Animal-Painter for Scotland' by Queen Victoria on the death of Landseer. David George studied at the RSA schools and became an ARSA in 1885.
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