Pat DouthwaiteBorn: 1934
Place of Birth: Glasgow
Pat Douthwaite was born in Glasgow in 1934. She studied mime and modern dance with Margaret Morris, whose husband, J. D. Fergusson, encouraged her to paint. This important influence apart, she was self-taught. In 1958 Pat lived in Suffolk with a group of painters, including the Scots Colquhoun and MacBryde, and William Crozier. From 1959-1988 she travelled widely, to N. Africa, India, Peru, Venezuela, Europe, U.S.A., Kashmir, Nepal, Pakistan, Ecuador and from 1969 lived part of the time in Majorca, and more recently in various properties across the Scottish Borders. She died in July 2002 in Broughty Ferry.
Pat Douthwaite will be the subject of a solo exhibition at the London Art Fair 2020.
Sexy Skeleton with Red Fingernails View details
Sexy Skeleton with Red Fingernails1974pastelH:63cm W:48cm£1,750Happiness is Green Shield Stamps View details
Happiness is Green Shield Stamps1969oil and collage on boardH:120cm W:90cm£9,000Bateman Street Girl, Cambridge View details
Bateman Street Girl, Cambridgec.1968oil on boardH:120cm W:120cm£11,250Yellow Hair View details
Yellow Hair1973oil on canvasH:140cm W:142.5cm£11,000Tuareg Camels View details
Tuareg Camels1997watercolourH:18.5cm W:19cm£650An Indian Man II View details
An Indian Man II1985coloured pastelH:57.5cm W:78.5cm£2,100Woman with a Peacock in her Hair View details
Woman with a Peacock in her Hair1967oil on boardH:100.5cm W:137cm£9,000Madeleine View details