About Alexander Stuart-Hall
The University of Glasgow says this of Alexander,
The painter Alexander Stuart-Hill (1887/8–1948) was born in Perth and studied at Edinburgh College of Art, where he was awarded a scholarship allowing him to travel in France, Italy and Spain. During the First World War he worked in a military hospital in France. He regularly exhibited portraits and landscapes at the Royal Academy from 1920 to 1947, and showed with the National Portrait Society at the Grosvenor Gallery and at the New Chenil Galleries in Chelsea. In 1937 the Redfern Gallery held a one-man exhibition of his portraits and views of London bridges…
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Artworks in the Collection
Artist: Alexander Stuart-Hill
Medium: Oil Painting on board (Framed and Glazed)
Credit Line: Presented by Tees Valley Arts
First exhibited in 1937 by the Redfern Gallery, which held a one-man exhibition of his portraits and views of London bridges.
Object Number: MIDMA-FA-1568