A Scottish Colourist Staycation

Can’t go away for a Spring break because of you know what? Let’s go on a Scottish Colourist staycation instead! The four painters, F. C. B. Cadell (1883-1937), J. D. Fergusson (1874-1961), G. L. Hunter… View Post

David Eustace and 32 York Place

During a lull in this summer’s lockdown, I was lucky enough to observe the photographer David Eustace at work on a new portfolio of portraits. The series is now complete and has been named ‘Thirty… View Post

The Studio at 32 York Place

Whilst scrolling through the colour and noise of Instagram, a low-toned Mother and Son portrait slowed my finger to a stop. Taken by the photographer David Eustace it showed Elizabeth and Guy Peploe, daughter-in-law and… View Post

The Success Story of a Scottish Colourist

I’m delighted that my feature ‘Samuel John Peploe: The Success Story of a Scottish Colourist’ is now live on the Art UK website. Read about Samuel John Peploe (1871-1935) including his training in Edinburgh and… View Post

‘The Making of a Scottish Colourist: F. C. B. Cadell’ for Art UK

I am delighted that my feature ‘The Making of a Scottish Colourist: Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell‘ for Art UK is now live on their website. Cadell – pronounced with the emphasis on the first rather… View Post