William Kinloch Sprott (1864-93) New Zealand

Biographical Information

Born in Dunedin in 1864, William Sprott studied at the Canterbury College School of Art. He exhibited in the South Island from 1882, and was said to have influenced his friend, artist Alfred Walsh. Sprott died in Auckland in 1893 at the age of 29. His work is represented in the Auckland City Art Gallery and Hocken Library. Edit or add to this biography

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Children at Pock Cave, Sumner
Oil on board
Fine New Zealand Historical & Contemporary Art with European Paintings, Mossgreen-Webb's (formerly Webb's), Auckland.
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