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Looking Towards Merrick by Robert Colquhoun

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Robert Colquhoun

Looking Towards Merrick

Artist: Robert Colquhoun
Title: Looking Towards Merrick
Date: Not Known
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description:

10.25 x 14.75 inches

 

Robert Colquhoun and his friend Robert MacBryde were invited by a gentleman in Ayrshire to paint the view from his house.  MacBryde painted the view towards Straiton and Colquhoun painted this little landscape looking towards Merrick the highest point in Dumfries and Galloway.


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Not Known


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Looking Towards Merrick

About the Artist

Artist: Robert Colquhoun
Date of Birth: 1914
Date of Death: 1962
Place of Death: London
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:


Education:
Glasgow School of Art


Professional Bodies:


Exhibited At:
RSA


Mentors:
Hugh Crawford, Ian Fleming


Associates:
Robert MacBryde


Bibliography:


Notes:
Robert Colquhoun and Robert MacBryde settled at 77 Bedford Gardens in London in August 1942.  The following year they were joined in the same building by Jankel Adler, who had come to London from Kirkcudbright.  Adler had a profound influence on Colquhoun's work, encouraging him to paint from imagination and memory.  Adler also introduced Colquhoun to mono printing.  It was at this period that Colquhoun was at the peak of his artistic powers living in an artistic community which was also associated with John Minton, Michael Ayrton, Lucien Freud and Dylan Thomas.