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DOBSON William (b. 1610, London, d. 1646, London) Nationality : English

English painter. He was described by his contemporary Aubrey as 'the most excellent painter England hath yet bred', and as such he succeeded van Dyck as Court Painter in 1642 and to some of the position of van Dyck, whose assistant he may have been. It is, however, not certain that he was van Dyck's pupil (an early Self-Portrait is markedly Rembrandtesque), or even that he was appointed Serjeant Painter. His impasted and robust style is more Italianate than van Dyck's, and may have been formed on a study of the superb Titians and other Venetian pictures in Charles I's collection.

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