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Lot 527 (The British & International Pictures Auction, 21st November 2018)

FIELDS AND TREES, ABERDEENSHIRE, AN OIL BY DONALD MORRISON BUYERS

Sold for £900


Condition report
Very good overall condition. No visible signs of damage or known issues.

 

* DONALD MORRISON BUYERS RSW (SCOTTISH 1930 - 2003),
FIELDS AND TREES, ABERDEENSHIRE
oil on board, signed
60cm x 122cm
Framed.
Note: Donald Buyers studied at Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen from 1948-51. Soon after graduating he was employed as an art therapist with tuberculosis patients in the Aberdeeen hospitals. While on honeymoon in Paris in 1955 he saw a retrospective exhibition of Picasso who, with Paul Klee became a lasting influence. Back in Aberdeen he made a living as a successful commercial artist for some years and then concentrated increasingly on his career as a painter. With three fellow artists, Eric Auld, Bill Baxter and Bill Ord, he formed the ABBO group in 1957 which was to exhibit extensively for many years throughout Scotland as well as in Newcastle and Birmingham. From 1963 to 1985 Buyers taught at Robert Gordon's Institute of Technology as well as being a visiting lecturer at Gray's School of Art. His work is represented in the collections of the Arts Council, Aberdeen Art Gallery and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.

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