Product images of Sir Walter Runciman (1847-1937)
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Sir Walter Runciman (1847-1937)
A three quarter portrait of the ship owner, Walter Runciman. He wears a beard and is dressed in a dark suit, white shirt and bow tie. He stands leaning against a tallboy and looks directly out of the picture space to meet the viewer's gaze. He has his right hand in his pocket and holds his glasses with his left. A man of strong character and striking appearance he was respected throughout the shipping industry for his individualism, geniality, and kindliness. The background is appropriately plain for this life-long teetotaller. His sailing interests are indicated through the model of a sailing ship sitting on the tallboy behind his left shoulder.
Reginald Henry Campbell
- Image reference: BHC2345
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London. We regret that Museum enquiries have not been able to identify the copyright holder and would welcome any information that would help us update our records. Please contact the Picture Library.