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Stanley Cursiter

Stanley Cursiter (1887–1976), born in Kirkwall, Orkney, was a Scottish painter of landscapes, portraits, and figure subjects.  He was one of the first artists to introduce Post-Modernism and Futurism to Scotland.  He studied at the Edinburgh College of Art and the Royal College of Art in London. He was also a printmaker, administrator, and writer and worked at the National Gallery of Scotland from 1924 to 1948. He is best known for his 1913 series of paintings inspired by the Futurists, but adopted a more realist style after World War I.  The artist was also interested in interiors, and depicted his scenes with an intimate feel where his subjects are often engaged in typical domestic activities.


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