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Artists who influenced John Runciman
John Runciman was a Scottish painter known for Biblical and literary scenes. His works include Flight into Egypt and King Lear in the Storm, both in the National Gallery of Scotland. Born in Edinburgh, he was the younger brother of the better-known painter Alexander Runciman. His earliest surviving work is the 1764 etching, Taking-down of the Netherebow Port, Edinburgh, which depicts the demolitio ... more (Google)Artists who were influenced by John Runciman


King Lear in Storm. III-4
(Scottish National Gallery)

Self Portrait with Michelangelo's Day
(Scottish National Gallery)
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Alexander Runciman

Christ at Emmaus
(Scottish National Gallery)

Witches of Macbeth, I-3
(Scottish National Gallery)