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William Gowe Ferguson

Still life with birds, 1662, now in the Rijksmuseum Still life with game birds and implements of the chase on a draped stone ledge William Gowe (or Gow) Ferguson, was a native of Scotland, who after learning the first rudiments of art in his own country, passed some years on the continent. On his return to his native country, he acquired some reputation in painting dead game and still-life. He died in London about the year 1695. Some of his smaller pictures are so excellent that they are frequently attributed to Weenix, to whose works they bear strong resemblance. In the Berlin Gallery is a picture of still-life, a dead partridge, and in the National Gallery of Scotland is one of Sculptured Ruins and Figures.

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