Richard Waitt (unknown – 1732) was a Scottish painter.
Waitt was taught by John Scougal, and started out as a decorative painter focusing mainly on still lifes. However later he painted primarily portraits, and for many years worked almost exclusively with the Clan Grant. He died in 1732.
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- GrantPiper.JPG 421 × 588; 53 KB
- Richard Waitt - The Cromartie Fool - Google Art Project.jpg 3,334 × 4,001; 2.63 MB
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