Lot 25 (The Scottish Contemporary Art Auction, 11th November 2018)
Sold for £150
* CHARLES ANDERSON DA RSW HON. FRIAS,
oil on board, signed and dated '03 in pencil
13cm x 14cm
Framed and under glass
Note: Charles Anderson studied Drawing & Painting at Glasgow School of Art under David Donaldson, Mary Armour etc, graduating with Diploma in 1959. The following year he entered The Royal Scottish Academy painting competition for Post Graduate students and won the Chalmers Bursary. Joan Eardley - one of the adjudicators- took a keen interest in his work and encouraged him to exhibit at the RSA the same year. He worked as a professional mural painter and sculptor for the next 30 years on major art and design projects throughout the United Kingdom, carrying out commissions for a wide variety of clients including local authorities, property developers, banks and major insurance companies. Since early 1997 he has returned to the painting of easel pictures and contributed to the annual exhibitions of The Royal Glasgow Institute, the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolours, The Royal Scottish Academy and The Paisley Art Institute. He has works in various private collections throughout the U.K. and abroad. In 2006 he was elected President of the Glasgow Art Club, and served in this position until February 2009.
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