9th May, 2024 10:00

The Scottish Contemporary Art Auction

 
  Lot 137
 

* HAMISH MACDONALD DA PAI (SCOTTISH 1935 - 2008)
AUTUMN, PERTHSHIRE

limited edition print on paper, signed, titled and numbered 125/650
mounted, framed and under glass

image size 41cm x 60cm, overall size 63cm x 81cm

Note: Hamish MacDonald was born in Glasgow in 1935. He studied at Glasgow School of Art between 1963 and 1967. From 1968 he successfully combined painting with teaching and also guest lectured throughout Scotland. In 1991 he retired from his post as an Art Department Principal to concentrate fully on the development of his painting. Much of his work was inspired by the Scottish Colourist movement, but MacDonald preserved an individuality which marks him out as both a vibrant and important artist. Throughout his career he succeeded in capturing dramatic scenes with his own passionately innovative palette. Hamish MacDonald is now widely regarded as one of Scotland's most successful contemporary artists. From 1964, Hamish staged numerous solo exhibitions in Scotland and Cornwall. He also participated in group shows with prominent galleries in London and throughout the UK. His works can be found in many major collections throughout the world.

 

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