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Duncan Grant

Duncan Grant (1885 - 1978) - Scotland (Rothiemurchus)

Regionalism, Regionalism

Duncan James Corrowr Grant (21 January 1885 – 8 May 1978) was a British painter and designer of textiles, pottery, theatre sets and costumes. He was a member of the Bloomsbury Group. His father was Bartle Grant, a "poverty-stricken" major in the army, and much of his early childhood was spent in India and Burma. He was a grandson of Sir John Peter ......


Allan Ramsay

Allan Ramsay (1713 - 1784) - Scotland (Edinburgh)

Rococo, Rococo

Allan Ramsay (13 October 1713 – 10 August 1784) was a prominent Scottish portrait-painter. Allan Ramsay was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, the eldest son of Allan Ramsay, poet and author of The Gentle Shepherd. From the age of twenty he studied in London under the Swedish painter Hans Hysing, and at the St. Martin's Lane Academy leaving in 1736 for R......


Jack Vettriano

Jack VettrianoJack Vettriano Scotland (Methil)

Jack Vettriano, OBE (born Jack Hoggan, 17 November 1951), is a Scottish painter. His 1992 painting, The Singing Butler, became a best-selling image in Britain. Jack Vettriano was born in St. Andrews in Fife and grew up in the industrial seaside town of Methil, about 30 minutes south of his birthplace. He was raised in poverty he lived with his moth......


Eduardo Paolozzi

Eduardo Paolozzi (1924 - 2005) - Scotland (Leith)

Pop Art, Pop Art

Sir Eduardo Luigi Paolozzi CBE RA (7 March 1924 – 22 April 2005) was a Scottish sculptor and artist. He is widely considered to be one of the pioneers of pop art. Eduardo Paolozzi was born on 7 March 1924, in Leith in north Edinburgh, Scotland, and was the eldest son of Italian immigrants. In June 1940, when Italy declared war on the United Kingdom......


Isaac Robert Cruikshank

Isaac Robert Cruikshank (1764 - 1811) - Scotland (Edinburgh)

Isaac Cruikshank (1764–1811), Scottish painter and caricaturist, was born in Edinburgh and had most of his career in London. Cruikshank is known for his social and political satire. His sons Isaac Robert Cruikshank (1789–1856) and George Cruikshank (1792–1878) also became artists, and the latter in particular achieved fame as an illustrator and car......


Robert Adam

Robert Adam (1728 - 1792) - Scotland[1] (Kirkcaldy)

Robert Adam FRSE FRS FSA (Scot) FSA FRSA (3 July 1728 – 3 March 1792) was a Scottish neoclassical architect, interior designer and furniture designer. He was the son of William Adam (1689–1748), Scotland's foremost architect of the time, and trained under him. With his older brother John, Robert took on the family business, which included lucrative......


Gavin Hamilton

Gavin Hamilton (1723 - 1798) - Scotland (Lanarkshire)

Gavin Hamilton (1723, Lanarkshire – 4 January 1798, Rome) was a Scots neoclassical history painter, who is more widely remembered for his hunts for antiquities in the neighbourhood of Rome. These roles in combination made him an arbiter of neoclassical taste. Gavin Hamilton was born in Scotland in 1723 in Lanarkshire, into the prominent family for ......


Timothy O'sullivan Alexander Gardner

Timothy O'sullivan Alexander Gardner (1821 - 1882) - Scotland (Paisley)

Alexander Gardner (October 17, 1821 – December 10, 1882) was a Scottish photographer who immigrated to the United States in 1856, where he began to work full-time in that profession. He is best known for his photographs of the American Civil War, U.S. President Abraham Lincoln, and the execution of the conspirators to Lincoln's assassination. Alexa......


John Duncan Fergusson

John Duncan Fergusson (1874 - 1961) - Scotland (Leith)

For the Chairman of Corrections Corporation of America, see John D. Ferguson. John Duncan Fergusson (9 March 1874 – 30 January 1961) was a Scottish artist and sculptor, regarded as one of the major artists of the Scottish Colourists school of painting. Fergusson was born in Leith, Edinburgh He was the first of 4 children. Although he briefly traine......


James Nasmyth

James Nasmyth (1808 - 1890) - Scotland (Edinburgh)

James Hall Nasmyth (sometimes spelled Naesmyth, Nasmith, or Nesmyth) (19 August 1808 – 7 May 1890) was a Scottish engineer, philosopher, artist and inventor famous for his development of the steam hammer. He was the co-founder of Nasmyth, Gaskell and Company manufacturers of machine tools. He retired at the age of 48, and moved to Penshurst, Kent w......


Alexander Gardner

Alexander Gardner (1821 - 1882) - Scotland (Paisley)

Alexander Gardner (October 17, 1821 – December 10, 1882) was a Scottish photographer who immigrated to the United States in 1856, where he began to work full-time in that profession. He is best known for his photographs of the American Civil War, U.S. President Abraham Lincoln, and the execution of the conspirators to Lincoln's assassination. Alexa......


William Keith

William Keith (1838 - 1911) - Scotland (Oldmeldrum)

William Keith (November 18, 1838 – April 13, 1911) was a Scottish-American painter famous for his California landscapes. He is associated with Tonalism and the American Barbizon school. Although most of his career was spent in California, he started out in New York, made two extended study trips to Europe, and had a studio in Boston in 1871-72 and ......


William Turnbull

William Turnbull (1922 - 2012) - Scotland (Dundee)

William Turnbull (11 January 1922 – 15 November 2012) was a Scottish artist. William Turnbull was born in 1922 in Dundee, to John Turnbull and Anne Turnbull. Fascinated by art from an early age, Turnbull initially learned to draw by copying illustrations from magazines. When his father lost his job as a shipyard engineer during the Great Depression......


George Leslie Hunter

George Leslie Hunter (1877 - 1931) - Scotland (Rothesay)

George Leslie Hunter (7 August 1877 – 7 December 1931) was a Scottish painter, regarded as one of the four artists of the Scottish Colourists group of painters. Christened simply George Hunter, he adopted the name Leslie in San Francisco, and Leslie Hunter became his professional name. Showing an aptitude for drawing at an early age, he was largely......


William Brymner

William Brymner (1855 - 1925) - Scotland (Greenock)

William Brymner, CMG (December 14, 1855 – June 18, 1925) was a Canadian art teacher and a figure and landscape painter. Born in Greenock, Scotland, the son of Douglas Brymner the first Dominion Archivist and Jean Thomson, he moved with his family to Melbourne, Lower Canada in 1857. In 1864, his family moved to Montreal, Lower Canada. Following arch......


William Simpson

William Simpson (1823 - 1899) - Scotland (Glasgow)

William Simpson (28 October 1823 – 17 August 1899) was a Scottish artist, war artist and war correspondent. Born into poverty in Glasgow, Simpson went on to become one of the leading 'special artists' of his day, and sketched many scenes of war for the Illustrated London News. His early years were very difficult living in a house with an abusive an......


William Gordon Burn Murdoch

William Gordon Burn Murdoch (1862 - 1939) - Scotland (Edinburgh)

William Gordon Burn Murdoch (22 January 1862 – 19 July 1939) was a Scottish painter, travel writer and explorer. Murdoch travelled widely including India and both the Arctic and the Antarctic. He is said to be the first person to have played the bagpipes in the Antarctic. He published several travel books as well as being an accomplished artist. A ......


James Ferrier Pryde

James Ferrier Pryde (1866 - 1941) - Scotland (Edinburgh)

James Ferrier Pryde (1866–1941) was a British artist. A number of his paintings are in public collections, but there have been few exhibitions of his work. He is principally remembered as one of the Beggarstaffs, his artistic partnership with William Nicholson, and for the poster designs and other graphic work they made between 1893 and 1899, which......


Robert Colquhoun

Robert Colquhoun (1914 - 1962) - Scotland (Kilmarnock)

Robert Colquhoun (20 December 1914 – 20 September 1962) was a Scottish painter, printmaker and theatre set designer. Colquhoun was born in Kilmarnock and was educated at Kilmarnock Academy. He won a scholarship to study at the Glasgow School of Art, where he met Robert MacBryde with whom he established a lifelong homosexual relationship and profess......


William Quiller Orchardson

William Quiller Orchardson (1832 - 1910) - Scotland (Edinburgh)

Sir William Quiller Orchardson RA (Edinburgh 27 March 1832 – 13 April 1910 London) was a noted Scottish portraitist and painter of domestic and historical subjects who was knighted in June 1907, at the age of 75. Orchardson was born in Edinburgh, where his father was engaged in business. "Orchardson" is a variation of "Urquhartson," the name of a H......


Doris Clare Zinkeisen

Doris Clare Zinkeisen (1898 - 1991) - Scotland (Rosneath)

Doris Clare Zinkeisen (31 July 1898 – 3 January 1991) was a Scottish theatrical stage and costume designer, painter, commercial artist and writer. She was best known for her work in theatrical design. Doris Zinkeisen was born in Clynder House in Rosneath, Argyll, Scotland. Her parents were Welsh-born Clare Bolton-Charles and Victor Zinkeisen, a tim......


Elizabeth Violet Blackadder

Elizabeth Violet BlackadderElizabeth Violet Blackadder Scotland (Falkirk)

Dame Elizabeth Violet Blackadder, Mrs Houston, DBE, RA, RSA (born 24 September 1931) is a Scottish painter and printmaker. She is the first woman to be elected to both the Royal Scottish Academy and the Royal Academy. In 1962 she began teaching at Edinburgh College of Art where she continued until her retirement in 1986. Blackadder worked in a vari......


Charles Bell

Charles Bell (1774 - 1842) - Scotland (Edinburgh)

Sir Charles Bell KH FRS FRSE FRCSE MWS (12 November 1774 – 28 April 1842) was a Scottish surgeon, anatomist, physiologist, neurologist, artist, and philosophical theologian. He is noted for discovering the difference between sensory nerves and motor nerves in the spinal cord. He is also noted for describing Bell's palsy. His three older brothers in......


John Pettie

John Pettie (1839 - 1893) - Scotland (Edinburgh)

John Pettie RA (Edinburgh 17 March 1839 – 21 February 1893 Hastings) was a Scottish painter who spent most of his career in England. He became a member of the Royal Academy in 1866 and a full academician in 1874. As an enthusiastic amateur musician, he helped the career of the young composer Hamish MacCunn by organizing concerts for him in his own ......


Ian Fairweather

Ian Fairweather (1891 - 1974) - Scotland (Bridge Of Allan)

Ian Fairweather (29 September 1891 – 20 May 1974) was a Scottish painter resident in Australia for much of his life. He combined western and Asian influences in his work, and is considered[by whom?] one of the greatest painters in Australia. Ian Fairweather was born in Bridge of Allan, Stirlingshire, Scotland in 1891. His parents returned to India ......


James Pryde

James Pryde (1866 - 1941) - Scotland (Edinburgh)

James Ferrier Pryde (1866–1941) was a British artist. A number of his paintings are in public collections, but there have been few exhibitions of his work. He is principally remembered as one of the Beggarstaffs, his artistic partnership with William Nicholson, and for the poster designs and other graphic work they made between 1893 and 1899, which......


Joseph Henderson

Joseph Henderson (1832 - 1908) - Scotland (Stanley)

Joseph Henderson RSW (1832–1908) was a Scottish landscape painter, genre painter, portrait painter and marine painter.His genre was particularly painting working men such as shepherds, crofters, pedlars, cobblers, fishermen and farm labourers. However he also painted Scottish country and coastal scenery. Henderson studied at the Trustees Academy in......


Stanley Cursiter

Stanley Cursiter (1887 - 1976) - Scotland (Kirkwall)

Stanley Cursiter CBE FRSE FRIAS FEIS RSA RSW (29 April 1887 – 22 April 1976) was a British artist who played an important role in introducing Post-impressionism and Futurism to Scotland. He served as the keeper (1919–30), then director (1930–48), of the National Galleries of Scotland, and as HM Limner and Painter in Scotland (1948–76). He was born ......


James Irvine

James Irvine (1822 - 1889) - Scotland (Menmuir)

James Irvine (1822 – 17 March 1889) was a Scottish portrait-painter. Irvine was born in Menmuir, Forfarshire in 1822. He was the eldest son of John Irvine and was educated at the local parish school. He was a pupil of the Scottish portrait painter Colvin Smith at Brechin before he went on to study at the Edinburgh Academy. Irvine was able to gain p......


Robert Sivell

Robert Sivell (1888 - 1958) - Scotland (Paisley)

Robert Sivell RSA (1888–1958) was a British portrait artist, active in the first half of the 20th century. Sivell was born in Paisley, Renfrewshire, but lived in Kirkcudbright, Galloway for long periods of his adult life. Although beginning evening studies at the Glasgow School of Art with Fra Newbery in 1908, Sivell was working full-time as an app......


David Macbeth Sutherland

David Macbeth Sutherland (1883 - 1973) - Scotland (Wick)

David Macbeth Sutherland MC LLD RSA (1883-20 September 1973) was a Scottish artist mainly known for his landscapes and portraits paintings and for his long tenure as the Director of Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen. Sutherland was born in Wick, Caithness in 1883 and began to study law but moved to Edinburgh to work as an apprentice in a lithographi......


Alexander Wilson

Alexander Wilson (1766 - 1813) - Scotland (Paisley)

Alexander Wilson (July 6, 1766 – August 23, 1813) was a Scottish-American poet, ornithologist, naturalist, and illustrator. Identified by George Ord as the "Father of American Ornithology", Wilson is regarded as the greatest American ornithologist prior to Audubon. Wilson was born in Paisley, Scotland on July 6, 1766. He was apprenticed as a weaver......


David Mcclure

David Mcclure (1926 - 1998) - Scotland (Lochwinnoch)

David McClure RSA RSW (20 February 1926 – 20 February 1998) was a Scottish artist and lecturer. He is most well known for his paintings of still lifes, interiors, figures and family portraits as well as his landscape and townscape paintings of Scotland, Italy, Sicily and Spain where he lived and travelled throughout his life. Born in Lochwinnoch in......


Alexander Carse

Alexander Carse (1770 - 1843) - Scotland (Innerwick)

Alexander Carse (c. 1770 – February 1843) was a Scottish painter known for his scenes of Scottish life. His works include a large canvas of George IV's visit to Leith and three early paintings of football matches. Carse was born in Innerwick in East Lothian to William and Catherine Carse, and was baptised early in 1770. Carse started at the Trustee......


William Gear

William Gear (1915 - 1997) - Scotland (Methil)

William Gear RA RBSA (2 August 1915 – 27 February 1997) was a Scottish painter, most notable for his abstract compositions. Gear was born in Methil in the south-east of Fife, Scotland, the son of Janet Gear (1886-1955) and Porteous Gear (1881-1965), a coal miner. At Buckhaven High School he won the Dux Arts Medal (1932), and studied at Edinburgh Co......


Barbara Rae

Barbara RaeBarbara Rae Scotland (Falkirk)

Barbara Davis Rae CBE RA (born 10 December 1943) is a Scottish painter and printmaker. She is a member of the Royal Scottish Academy and the Royal Academy of Arts. Rae studied painting at the Edinburgh College of Art from 1961 to 1965. As a student, she worked as a grouse-beater in the Scottish Highlands. "I loved being up there walking the hills, ......


James Drummond

James Drummond (1816 - 1877) - Scotland (Edinburgh)

James Drummond RSA FSA (1816–1877) was an artist and the curator of the National Gallery of Scotland from 1868 to 1877. He was also an early photographer. He was born in 1816, in John Knox House in the Royal Mile, Edinburgh. He studied at the Trustees Academy in Edinburgh under Sir William Allan. He was a member of the Photographic Society of Scotl......


William Grant Murray

William Grant Murray (1877 - 1950) - Scotland (Portsoy)

William Grant Murray (1877–1950), usually known as Grant Murray, was a British art teacher, gallery curator and artist. He was Principal of Swansea Art School from 1908 to 1943, and the first curator of the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea from 1910 to 1950. He played a leading part in the artistic life of Swansea between the wars. Murray was born......


Louise Gibson Annand

Louise Gibson Annand (1915 - 2012) - Scotland (Uddingston)

Louise Gibson Annand-MacFarquhar MBE (27 May 1915 – 6 January 2012) was a Scottish painter and film-maker. Annand was born in Uddingston, Lanarkshire, Scotland on 27 May 1915 to Emma Gibson and Walter D. Annand, both teachers. She attended Hamilton Academy where her fatherwas English Principal. Her younger brother, Walter J. D. Annand, also attende......


Joseph Morris Henderson

Joseph Morris Henderson (1832 - 1908) - Scotland (Stanley)

Joseph Henderson RSW (1832–1908) was a Scottish landscape painter, genre painter, portrait painter and marine painter.His genre was particularly painting working men such as shepherds, crofters, pedlars, cobblers, fishermen and farm labourers. However he also painted Scottish country and coastal scenery. Henderson studied at the Trustees Academy in......


Isobelle Ann Dods Withers

Isobelle Ann Dods Withers (1876 - 1939) - Scotland (North Berwick)

Isobelle Ann Dods-Withers, née Dods, (5 February 1876-13 June 1939) was a Scottish artist who, working in oils and pastels, was known for her paintings of towns and villages in southern Europe. Dods-Withers was born at Congalton Mains at North Berwick in Scotland. Her father was a John William Dods and when she married Alfred Withers she took Dods-......


Mary Nimmo Moran

Mary Nimmo Moran (1880 - 1899) - Scotland (Strathaven)


John Kane

John Kane (1860 - 1934) - Scotland (West Calder)


John Duncan

John Duncan (1874 - 1961) - Scotland (Leith)


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