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Allan David


Allan David (1744-96).

Scottish genre and portrait painter. He worked in Rome (1764—77) and won a prize there for a history painting. Sometimes called the 'Scottish Hogarth', more as a measure of his fame than his style.


Sir William and the first Lady Hamilton in their apartment in Naples



"Madge  Auld Roudes! Filthy fallow I shall auld ye", plate 8: aquatint, 1788


"And what would Roger say if he could speak?", plate 7: aquatint, 1788




John, the 4th Duke of Atholl and his family


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