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DYCE William (b. 1806, Aberdeen, d. 1864, London) Nationality : Scottish

Scottish painter, scientist and art administrator. He studied in London and Rome where he was influenced by the Nazarenes and he is said to have painted a Madonna in 1828 (now lost), which may have helped to transmit the new German ideas to the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood (founded in 1848). As an artist Dyce was influential in his support for the revival of religious subject matter in art and for fresco painting.

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