William Merric Boyd, known more as Merric Boyd (24 June 1888 – 9 September 1959), was an Australian artist, active as a ceramicist, sculptor, and extensive chronicling of his relatives and environs in pencil drawing. He held the fine mythic distinction of brute the father of Australian studio pottery.
The Boyd relatives of many generations includes painters, sculptors, architects and new arts professionals, commencing later Boyd’s parents Arthur Merric Boyd and Emma Minnie a’Beckett Boyd. Boyd’s brothers were Penleigh, a landscape artist, and Martin, a writer. His sister Helen Read, a navy wife, enjoyed taking to painting late in life. He and his wife, Doris, raised noted Australian artists, painters Arthur and David, and sculptor Guy.Their eldest daughter Lucy’s ceramic painting benefited greatly from her unique inheritance. Subsequent generations of Boyds are or have enjoyed their rightful approaches in the arts perceived approximately them.
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