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Artists who influenced Henry Raeburn
In about 1771 Raeburn was apprenticed to the goldsmith James Gilliland and is said to have studied with the Edinburgh portrait painter David Martin briefly in 1775. But for the most part Raeburn was self-taught, progressing from miniature painting to full-scale portraiture. A portrait of George Chalmers (1776; Dunfermline Town Hall) is Raeburn's earliest known portrait, and its faulty drawing ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by Henry Raeburn

Pompeo Batoni

Anne Hart
(Alte Nationalgalerie)

Captain Hay of Spot
(Musee du Louvre)

David Wilkie

Joshua Reynolds

John Johnstone, Betty Johnstone and Miss Wedderburn
(National Gallery of Art)

John Gray
(Metropolitan Museum of Art)

John Neagle

Allan Ramsay

James Cruikshank
(Frick Collection)

Helen Houston
Katherine Ramsay

Mary Duff