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Yellow Wagtail by Falls by Donald Watson

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About the Artist

Artist: Donald Watson
Date of Birth: 1918
Date of Death: 2005
Place of Death: Dumfries
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:

Moved to St John's Town of Dalry in 1951


Education:
St John's College, Oxford


Professional Bodies:
Founder Member of the Society of Wildlife Artists, 1964; first honorary member, 2002


Exhibited At:
Royal Scottish Academy; Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, Royal Institute


Mentors:

The ornithologist George Waterston


Associates:


Bibliography:

Festival of Britain Dumfries Centre, exhibition catalogue Landscapes and Bird Life in Galloway, St John's Church Hall, Dumfries, June, 1951 

Illustrator of The Oxford Book of British Birds, OUP, 1962

Author and Illustrator of Birds of Moor and Mountain, Scottish Academic Press, 1972; The Hen Harrier, Poyser, 1977; A Bird Artist in Scotland, Witherby, 1988

Obituary The Scotsman 16/11/2005

Image of the artist, Robin Bryden


Notes:

As a boy Donald Watson was encouraged by the great wildlife artist Archibald Thorburn.

At first an Edinburgh based landscape and bird painter, he first came to Tynron near Dumfries at the invitation of Arthur Duncan, Chairman of the Nature Conservancy Council.

 Donald Watson had a particular ability to relate wildlife, particularly birds to their landscape.  His own special interest was in the hen harrier.