Lord Haig, son of the Field Marshall, was a prisoner of War in Colditz Castle until his release at the the end of the War.  The paintings and drawings he made there were exhibited at the The Scottish Gallery and he went on to have a distinguished exhibiting career which spanned over 60 years, concluding with his remarkable 90th birthday show in 2008. This must be one of the most consistent relationships between an artist and a gallery in the annals of the commercial art world. 

In June 2011 we hosted a major Memorial Exhibition. The show included work from every decade of his distinguished career post war, and demonstrated his astonishing talent in landscape and subject painting.

Click the following link to view and purchase publications about this artist:

Riverbanks: From Bemersyde to Venice (Exhibition Catalogue - May 2014)

 

  • Earl Haig

    Santa Maria Formosa

    Oil on canvas
    H:61cm W:91.5cm
    £8,500
  • Earl Haig

    Campo San Pietro di Castello, Venice

    c.1990
    watercolour, pastel and pen
    H:28cm W:38cm
    £1,650
  • Earl Haig

    Garden Tools and a Window

    c.1990
    pastel, pen and ink
    H:49.5cm W:32cm
    £2,000
  • Earl Haig

    Cyclists along the Cordevole River, towards Agordo

    c.1988
    watercolour, pen and ink
    H:56.5cm W:37.5cm
    £2,250
  • Earl Haig

    Statue in the Landscape

    c.1985
    watercolour, pen and ink
    H:28.5cm W:38cm
    £1,650