Sir Robin PhilipsonPPRSA, RA Born: 1916
Place of Birth: Broughton-in-Furness
Born in 1916 in Broughton-in-Furness, Sir Robin moved to Scotland in 1930. He studied at Edinburgh College of Art from 1936 to 1940, becoming a lecturer there in 1947. He was a significant and influential presence on the Scottish Art Scene for more than three decades. He had numerous commitments as Head of School of Drawing and Painting at Edinburgh College of Art and eventually President of the Royal Scottish Academy. However, he was, above all, a practising painter, who, in spite of the demands upon him was still able to produce throughout the years a distinguished and original body of work. He received many honours throughout his life including being knighted for service to the arts in Scotland in 1976.
A new monograph on the artist by Elizabeth Cumming was published in 2018, and we have signed copies available. If you are interested in purchasing this book please click here.
Painter and Trouvères View details
Painter and Trouvères1990 - 1991oil on boardH:84cm W:96cm£11,000The Embrace View details
The Embracec.1976oil on canvasH:50.8cm W:50.8cm£12,500
Women Observed1980oil on canvasH:22.5cm W:14.5cmReservedInterior with Figures View details
Interior with Figures1983pastelH:58cm W:77cm£6,450Red Circus Horses View details
Red Circus Horses1986pastelH:23cm W:38cm£4,150Still Life with Coffee Pot View details
Still Life with Coffee PotwatercolourH:30cm W:57cm£3,800Entracte II View details
Entracte II1990Pastel on paperH:37cm W:44cm£5,250