We are delighted to participate in the Borders Art Fair for the first time and will be presenting the work of three, great 20th century Scottish painters. Earl Haig, in this his centenary year, William Johnstone, perhaps Scotland’s greatest modernist landscape painter and Sir William Gillies, whose work in the central Borders in both watercolour and oil is perhaps his most significant legacy.
The Borders Art Fair runs from the 16th - 18th March, 10:00-16:00, free entry. Please click here for further details.
Abstractionoil on canvasH:37cm W:47cmReserved
Rosebery, near Templec.1960WatercolourH:47cm W:62cm£7,250
Untitled, Geometricink on paperH:76cm W:56cmSold
The Lay Byoil on canvasH:43.5cm W:63.5cm£8,000
Waterfall1968watercolour and pencilH:25cm W:35cm£3,650
Eildon Hills from the Tweed1988Watercolour, pen, ink & pencilH:30.5cm W:46.5cm£1,950
On Eddleston Wateroil on canvasH:47cm W:61cm£6,250
The Black Hill1980ink and watercolour on paperH:38cm W:56.5cm£2,100
The Gateheugh1965pen and inkW:19cm D:25cm£1,450
Monksford2001watercolour, pen and inkH:28.5cm W:37.5cm£1,750
Bridge over the Tweed1949oil on panelH:32cm W:41cm£2,500
Path by a Pondwatercolour & inkH:48cm W:64cm£7,000