William Reid Dick
(1879 - 1961)
William Reid Dick was active/lived in United Kingdom. William Dick is known for portrait sculpture.
Biography William Reid Dick
Sir William Reid Dick specialized in human and animal figures and was
also commissioned to create various portraits. In the 'Slingboy' he has
channeled the realism he employed for his many lifelike portraits into
an idealized expression of male youth.
Reid Dick became an associate of
the Royal Academy in 1921, and was elected president of the Royal
Society of British Sculptors from 1933-1938. He was appointed Sculptor
in Ordinary to King George VI as well as Queen Elizabeth II and many of
his works can be found in London's Parks and Squares, notably the bronze
of George V opposite the House of Parliament, the Statue of Roosevelt
in Grosvenor Square and the eagle atop the Royal Air Force Monument on
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