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Kirkcudbright Harbour by Jim Sturgeon

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Kirkcudbright Harbour

Artist: Jim Sturgeon
Title: Kirkcudbright Harbour
Date: Not Known
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description: 18 by 22 inches


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Kirkcudbright


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Kirkcudbright Harbour

Galloway Cottage

Galloway Cottage

About the Artist

Artist: Jim Sturgeon
Date of Birth: 1932
Date of Death: 2006
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Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:

Dalbeattie

He opened the Doocote gallery and gift shop in the High Street in 1967.

In the mid 1970s he opened Woodside Studio Gallery, where he showed his own work and that of other local artists.


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Mentors:

John Maxwell, Donald Bain


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Notes:

Jim first received encouragement from John Maxwell RSA, who had retired to Dalbeattie.  His chief mentor was Donald Bain (1904-1979). Bain first saw Jim's paintings exhibited at the Galasgow Civic Arts Exhibition and exposure to Bain and the Scottish Colourists contributed largely to Jim's style and to his earning the reputation as Galloway's Colourist.

 

In 2006 Jim was made an honorary life member of the Dumfries and Galloway Fine Arts Society in recognition of his 51 years of membership and his contribution to Scottish Colourist arts.