James Pryde (1866–1941) was a British artist. A number of his paintings are in public collections, but there have been few exhibitions of his work. He is principally remembered as one of the Beggarstaffs, his artistic partnership with William Nicholson, and for the poster designs and other graphic work that they made between 1893 and 1899, which had a powerful and far-reaching influence on graphic design for many years.

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  • James Pryde (1866–1941) was a British artist. A number of his paintings are in public collections, but there have been few exhibitions of his work. He is principally remembered as one of the Beggarstaffs, his artistic partnership with William Nicholson, and for the poster designs and other graphic work that they made between 1893 and 1899, which had a powerful and far-reaching influence on graphic design for many years. (en)
  • James Pryde (Edimburgo, 30 de marzo de 1866-24 de febrero de 1941) fue un artista británico que trabajó principalmente en obra gráfica. Su hermana Mabel se casó con William Nicholson en 1893, después de que los dos se conocieran mientras estaban estudiando. Formaron la asociación Beggarstaff Brothers, que duró sólo hasta alrededor de 1900, explotando xilografías en particular en un innovador diseño de carteles. Más tarde, trabajó en litografías. En 1930 diseñó los escenarios para el Otelo de Paul Robeson en el Teatro Savoy. (es)
  • James Pryde (1866-1941), est un peintre et illustrateur britannique, surtout connu pour son travail graphique avec William Nicholson sous le nom de Beggarstaffs (1893-1899). (fr)
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  • 1866-03-30 (xsd:date)
  • 1866-3-30
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  • James Ferrier Pryde (en)
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  • 1941-02-24 (xsd:date)
  • 1941-2-24
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  • James Pryde, self-portrait as Paul Scarron, oil on canvas, Nottingham Castle Museum and Art Gallery
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  • Marian Symons
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  • Scottish painter and poster designer (en)
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  • James Pryde (1866–1941) was a British artist. A number of his paintings are in public collections, but there have been few exhibitions of his work. He is principally remembered as one of the Beggarstaffs, his artistic partnership with William Nicholson, and for the poster designs and other graphic work that they made between 1893 and 1899, which had a powerful and far-reaching influence on graphic design for many years. (en)
  • James Pryde (Edimburgo, 30 de marzo de 1866-24 de febrero de 1941) fue un artista británico que trabajó principalmente en obra gráfica. Su hermana Mabel se casó con William Nicholson en 1893, después de que los dos se conocieran mientras estaban estudiando. Formaron la asociación Beggarstaff Brothers, que duró sólo hasta alrededor de 1900, explotando xilografías en particular en un innovador diseño de carteles. Más tarde, trabajó en litografías. En 1930 diseñó los escenarios para el Otelo de Paul Robeson en el Teatro Savoy. (es)
  • James Pryde (1866-1941), est un peintre et illustrateur britannique, surtout connu pour son travail graphique avec William Nicholson sous le nom de Beggarstaffs (1893-1899). (fr)
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