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Download James Douglas R.S.W.(1858-1911): A Scottish Watercolourist eBook
ISBN:
0907495192
Author:
James S.W. Barnes
Category:
History & Criticism
Language:
English
Publisher:
Perth Museum & Art Gallery (May 18, 2002)
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James Douglas was born in Dundee on 28th April 1858. He was elected Member of the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolours (RSW) in 1900. He claimed to be a self taught artist, with his first exhibition, at the age of 16, in Dundee in 1874. James Douglas later maintained studios in Edinburgh for many years, first renting the large studio recently vacated by Noel Paton around 1880. He spent a year studying in Paris, 1883-4, and then returned to Edinburgh. He moved to the English Lake District following his marriage in 1891, being based at the Ghyll, Applethwaite and Keswick. He signed his subsequent paintings 'J Douglas RSW' rather than dating them.

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James Douglas (1858-1911) - artwork prices, pictures and values. Lot 101 Details JAMES DOUGLAS RSW (SCOTTISH 1858 - 1911), CHURCH ABOVE A HILL TOWN (DUNFERMLINE) watercolour, signed 15cm x 22cm Mounted, framed and under glass (original). Note: A major exhibition of James Douglas' work was held at the Perth Museum & Art Gallery, Scotland in May 2002. The catalogue for this exhibition, prepared by James W Barnes, includes a list of over 250 paintings exhibited by James Douglas between 1877 and 1912.

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James Douglas' preference was for landscape painting in the countryside. His known paintings of Edinburgh are largely confined to those which were reproduced as postcards for WR&S and Cynicus. Douglas exhibited his work at exhibitions in London, Paris, Vienna, Liverpool, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Dundee. These exhibitions included