Richmond worked in the high art tradition of Leighton and Watts. This is revealed by his production of nude studies for clothed figures and his interest in the underlying structure of the human figure. [William Blake Richmond exhibited at The Fine Art Society in 1912, 1914 and 1921. GPL]
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