JD Fergusson

67184

JD Fergusson

Kelvin Valley

oil on canvas 25 x 19cms
£ 50000
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67704

JD Fergusson

Goat (small)

Bronze 10 cms high
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67705

JD Fergusson

Meg with Birds

Bronze 13.5 cms high
£ 15000
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67697

JD Fergusson

Supper Dancers c.1907

Ink and gouache 45 x 31cms
£ 50000
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JD Fergusson

Fergusson (1874-1961) was the most adventurous of the four Scottish Colourists. He was born in Leith, Edinburgh, but travelled to Paris for his artistic training. After annual visits to France for over ten years he settled in Paris around 1907 where he came to know the leading artists of the day, including Picasso and Braque, and Matisse and the other Fauves. He soon began to paint in the modern French style but returned to Britain in 1914 on the outbreak of war. France and French painting remained his inspiration and he returned to France in the 1920s until, again, war drove him back to Scotland. He settled in Glasgow, where he died in 1961, attracting the admiration of collectors and artists who saw in his work a true Scottish connection to the great movements of 20th century painting – Cubism and Fauvism.

67696

JD Fergusson

Meg (Margaret Morris)

Chalk 32 x 24cms
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