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Allan Ramsay
Allan Ramsay, self-portrait, c.1737–9
Born 13 October 1713
Edinburgh, Midlothian
Died 10 August 1784
Dover, Kent
Nationality Scottish
Field Portraiture
Training London (1733-36, under Hans Huyssing, and at the St. Martin's Lane Academy); Rome (1736-9, under Francesco Solimena and Francesco Fernandi).
Movement Classicism
Patrons Duncan Forbes,
Duke of Bridgewater,
George III

Allan Ramsay (13 October 1713 – 10 August 1784), was a Scottish portrait-painter. Allan Ramsay was descended from the lowland Clan Ramsay.

Allan Ramsay - The Artist's Wife- Margaret Lindsay of Evelick, c 1726 - 1782 - Google Art Project
Ramsay's second wife, Margaret Lindsay
Lost Portrait of Charles Edward Stuart
The lost portrait of Charles Edward Stuart by Allan Ramsay, 1745

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