J.D. FergussonRBA Born: 1874
Place of Birth: Leith, Edinburgh
Born in Leith, J.D. Fergusson's studies took him to Paris in the 1890s where he studied the Impressionists and attended the Académie Colarossi. He exhibited in London in 1905 and settled in Paris in 1907 working in a Fauvist style then later in a more Cubist manner. He had four works exhibited in Post-Impressionist and Futurist Exhibition in London in 1913. His first solo show in Scotland was in 1923 and was followed by an exhibition with the three other Scottish Colourists, Peploe, Cadell and Hunter. The Colourists were very important in furthering the influence of certain aspects of continental Modernism on Scottish Painting.
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Parisian Model View details
Parisian Modelc.1907chalkH:35.5cm W:25.5cm£11,000Margaret and Willy Peploe at the Hotel Panorama, Cassis View details
Margaret and Willy Peploe at the Hotel Panorama, CassisOil on canvasH:61cm W:56.5cmPrice on ApplicationPorters at the Gard du Nord View details
Porters at the Gard du Nordc. 1906conté crayon drawingH:21cm W:16cm£2750Tasse a l'Enverse View details
Tasse a l'Enverse1911ContéH:21cm W:12.5cm£1,350Desire Erotique, Royan View details
Desire Erotique, Royan1910pen and inkH:25cm W:20cm£1,500Les Amies View details
Les Amies1913Pencil on paperH:20cm W:25cmReservedCapidi Bow View details
Capidi Bow1925Pencil on paperH:25cm W:20cm£1,950Still Life at La Petite Farandole, Antibes View details
Still Life at La Petite Farandole, Antibesc.1912conte and watercolourH:24.5cm W:20.5cm£6,750Margaret Morris, London View details