Edinburgh,The Assembly Rooms
1 November 2001
THE PROPERTY OF THE FLEMING-WYFOLD ART FOUNDATION
John Henderson (1860-1924)
signed 'John Henderson' (lower left) and further signed and inscribed '1. The Bay/John Henderson/207 West Campbell St./Glasgow' (on an old label on the stretcher)
oil on canvas
28 x 44 in. (71.1 x 101.8 cm.)
with M. Newman Ltd., London, where purchased by the Fleming Collection, May 1979.
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Glasgow, Royal Glasgow Institute, 1914, no. 351 (£84).
John Henderson was the son of Joseph Henderson (1832-1908) and shared the same address in Glasgow as his brother Joseph Morris Henderson at 207 West Campbell Street. Like his brother, John was influenced by his father's style and subject-matter which closely resembled McTaggart's luminous opalescent seas and radiating lights. McTaggart had been a close friend of Joseph Henderson and when his first wife died he married McTaggart's daughter.
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