Henry John Dobson
Henry John Dobson ARCA RSW (1858–1928) was a 19th/20th century Scottish artist. He is best remembered for his 1893 portrait of Keir Hardie.
He trained at the School of Design and Royal Institution in Edinburgh.
In the 1890s he was living in Bradford.
He died on 5 July 1928 and is buried in Liberton Cemetery. The grave lies against the east wall of the north cemetery, midway along its length.
- Old Lady Spinning - Stranraer Museum
- The Light of Home - Stewartry Museum
- The Crofter's Grace (1894)
- George Hamilton (1855–1835) - Glasgow Museums Resource Centre
- Mrs Hamilton (1899)
- Keir Hardie - Scottish National Portrait Gallery
- Keir Hardie in 1892 - Parliamentary Art Collection
- Granny's Blessing - Bradford Industrial Museum
- Mending the Bird's Cage (1907)
- Dr Livingstone Teaching the Natives
- Burns' Grace
- The Rt Hon Edward Herbert, 3rd Earl of Powis
- A Scottish Sacrament
- Cottage Interior with a Young Girl
- Burns' Wooing
- Busy Guidwife
- Mother Hen
- The Evening Chapter
- John Anderson My Jo
- Fireside Crack
- Granddad's Favourite
- The Evening Lesson
- Peeling Tatties
He was married to Jeannie Charlotte Hannah Cowan (died 1953).
- "New Galloway by Henry John Dobson". www.artistsfootsteps.co.uk. Archived from the original on 8 October 2007. Retrieved 18 December 2017.
- edinburgh Post Office Directory 1911
- "Henry John Dobson, 1858 - 1928. Artist | National Galleries of Scotland". nationalgalleries.org. Retrieved 1 October 2018.
- "Henry John Dobson Artist: Paintings for Sale and Henry John Dobson Biography". jamesalder.co.uk. Retrieved 1 October 2018.
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