G.W. McKenzie (1857 - 1924):
G. W. McKenzie was born in Belfast and trained in the Government School of Design, where he won the National Scholarship which allowed him to study at the Royal Academy, London, where he exhibited, and at Julian's, Paris. He was involved with the Belfast Ramblers' Sketching Club and the Belfast Art Society and he became one of the foremost portrait painters in Ulster. He was an associate of the Royal Hibernian Academy, Dublin and he exhibited there. The Ulster Museum holds his portrait of William Gray.