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James Fairgrieve

A one-man show of James Fairgrieve's still life work. The artist has an innate ability to compose images of immense beauty through acute observations.

James Fairgrieve is one of Scotland's leading painters. He studied at the Edinburgh College of Art (1962-68) and went on to teach painting and drawing at the Edinburgh College of Art. He retired in 1998. He is a member of the Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolours and past President of the Society of Scottish Artists. Birds, animals and the natural world feature strongly in his pictures and have been widely shown in group and solo Exhibitions north and south of the Border. He has been awarded prestigious awards, some, several times, throughout his career including the David Murray Landscape Award (RA), Gillies Award (RSW) and the Gillies Travel Award (ARSA). His work is held by many collections; the most notable include, HRH Prince Philip, Ian Rankin, Edinburgh City Art Centre, Scottish Arts Council and the Fleming Collection.

22-28 May 2002

Art London
Duke of York's Barracks
Kings Road
London SW3

Wednesday and Thursday 11am to 9pm
Friday and Saturday 11am to 8pm
Sunday 11am to 6pm