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Thornhill

Artist: James Paterson
Title: Thornhill
Date: 1892
Medium: Photogravure of watercolour
Description:

This image appears in "Nithsdale:  a series of reproductions in photogravure from watercolour drawings by James Paterson". 
Images reproduced by Messrs T and R Annan and Sons, Glasgow photographers and photo-engravers.
Publisher:  James MacLehose and Sons (Glasgow University, Glasgow)
Printer:  T and A Constable (Edinburgh)
Date:  1893


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Thornhill


All Art Works by this Artist

Thornhill

The Nith near Holywood

The Nith near Dalpeddar Hill

The Nith at the Ford of Barjarg near Closeburn

The Nith at Enterkinfoot

The Nith at Ellisland

Solway Sands

A Solway Keep - Caerlaverock

Rough Isle

Pool in Craigdarroch Glen

Nithsdale from Keir

Nithsdale

Moniaive

Moniaive

Moniaive

Moniaive, Dumfriesshire

Looking up the Nith near Kirkconnel

Looking up Sanquhar High Street

The Last Turning, Winter, Moniaive

Kirkland

Kippford, waiting for the tide

Glencaple

Dunglaston

Dumfries

Drumlanrig Castle

Drumlanrig

Craigenputtock

Craigdarroch Water, Moniaive

Craigdarroch Water

Craigdarroch, Looking Down Glencairn

Colvend

Caerlaverock Castle

Autumn, Moniaive

Autumn in Glencairn

Anemone

Morton from Keir

Barbuie near Moniaive

The Estuary

Moniaive

About the Artist

Artist: James Paterson
Date of Birth: 1854
Date of Death: 1932
Place of Death: Edinburgh
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Visited Moniaive in 1876. Settled there after marriage in 1884. Exhibited Royal Scottish Academy from Kilniess, Moniaive, 1885, till he returned to Edinburgh.


Education:


Professional Bodies:
RSW 1885; NEAC 1887; ARSA 1896; ARWS 1898; RWS 1908; RSA 1910; PRSW 1922-1932. Librarian to the RSA


Exhibited At:
Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Scottish Academy, RoyalSociety of Watercolour Painters, Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour, Royal Hibernian Academy, GI, Aberdeen Artists' Society, Liverpool


Mentors:


Associates:
W Y MacGregor and some other Glasgow Boys. Instrumental in establishing Scottish Art Review, mouthpiece of the Glasgow School


Bibliography:

Kirkcudbright: one hundred years of an artists' colony, Patrick Bourne, Atelier Books, Edinburgh, 2000. Scottish Watercolours 1740-1940, Julian Halsby, Batsford. A History of Scottish Art, Bill Smith and Selina Skipwith, Merrell, London, 2003.

Paterson produced Nithsdale, James Maclehose and sons, 1893, a series of photogravures of his work.

Image of the artist from a family album, kindly supplied by a member of the artist's family.  The photograph from 1892/3 shows the Paterson family at Torwood.  James Paterson is standing at the right of the picture.  The three boys seated on the bench are his sons Hamish, the artist, Quentin and Fergus.  Quentin entered the navy and was later managing director of William Beardmore, ship builders, glasgow.


Notes:

Father of Hamish Constable Paterson.

"It was in Moniaive that his finest works were painted, and his landscapes of the area were a consistent feature of Glasgow School exhibitions in the 1880s and 1890s". Smith and Skipwith (see bibliography).  His enduring commitment to Moniaive arose from his conviction that landscape painters should, as he said, not "flirt with a new neighbour each remaining summer but.. marry metaphysically some well-chosen space". His Pool in Craigdarroch Glen is illustrated in Bourne p44 and his Autumn in Glencairn p46 (see bibliography). His Springtime, Moniaive 1887 is illustrated in Halsby p139 (see bibliography). His Winter Sunshine, Moniaive, is illustrated in Smith and Skipwith, p92 (see bibliography). Many of his large Moniaive landscapes were sold in Europe.

Dumfries and Galloway pictures in public collections shown in exhibition at Lillie art Gallery, Milngavie, 1983:
Craigenputtock, 1882, Smith Art Gallery, Stirling
Dunglaston, 1884, Smith Art Gallery
The Last Turning , Winter Moniaive, 1885 Glagow Art Gallery and Museum
Craigdarroch Gracefield Art Centre
Moniaive Smith Art Gallery
Morton from Keir, 1893 Glasgow Art Gallery
Drumlanrig Castle, 1893, Perth Museum and Art Gallery

Paterson sold many works in Germany, including  his Solway Sands of 1894 to Leipzig Museum.

A copy of Paterson's journal and many photographs of the Paterson family and his works can be found n the library of the University of Glasgow.

Nithsdale, watercolour 14 by 21 " in Dundee Art Gallery.

Paterson exhibited a number of Moniaive works at an exhibition Watercolours of Edinburgh and Elsewhere at the Fine Art Society in  January 1908