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Kirkcudbright by Colin Thoms

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Colin Thoms

Kirkcudbright

Artist: Colin Thoms
Title: Kirkcudbright
Date: 1940
Medium: Oil on canvas
Description:

17 by 21 inches

 

By kind permission of Bourne Fine Art.


Gallery: Not Applicable
Location: Kirkcudbright


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Kirkcudbright

About the Artist

Artist: Colin Thoms
Date of Birth: 1912
Date of Death: 1997
Place of Death: Glasgow
Floreat:

Residence in Dumfries & Galloway:
Visited Dumfries and Kirkcudbright


Education:
Edinburgh College of Art


Professional Bodies:
Society of Scottish Artists


Exhibited At:
RSA, RSW, GI, AAS


Mentors:
S J Peploe, D M Sutherland, Robert Henderson Blyth


Associates:


Bibliography:
Obituaries: the Independent 2 May, 1997, The Scotsman 6 May 1997, The Times 20 May 1997 Anne Whyte, A Journey through the Twentieth Century


Notes:
Colin Thoms was born in Edinburgh and after art college travelled widely in Europe. He and Chris Fergusson's daughter Nan visited France and Italy on Art College scholarships. He also visited Chris Fergusson at her home in Maxwelltown and was a great admirer of her work. He took up a teaching post at Loretto School in 1937 and after war service returned to the school before taking up a post at Gray's School of Art in Aberdeen, where he taught for many years. He was President of the Society of Scottish Artists 1949 to 1951. Colin Thoms continued to paint after his retirement and, in his later years, he worked alongside young artists at the Edinburgh Printmakers' Workshop.