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Introduction

Charles Simpson was born in 1952 and trained at Glasgow School of Art. He now lives just outside the village of Clovenfords in the Scottish Borders.

As a landscape painter, the rough hill farm countryside immediately around his small cottage provides a regular supply of material, particularly when snow covers the winter landscape. Every year trips are taken to north-west coast and islands of Scotland — with particularly favourite locations being Iona & Mull, Durness, Achiltibuie, Wester Ross and Arisaig. The combination of stunning beaches, changing seas, distant islands and mountains, and large dramatic skies provides unique subject matter. He has been a full-time artist since 1999 and holds regular exhibitions in London and Edinburgh.
 

 

"Simpson has immense ability; he has found his subject, in the landscape of his adopted Borders and the ever changing light on the West Coast of Scotland. His work now has a confidence near to joy; he no longer has to look left or right or behind. The work sits happily in a landscape tradition which goes back in Scottish painting by way of Duncan Shanks to SJ Peploe and late-period William McTaggart. In British terms he has Edward Seago and Constable for antecedence but can stand up for himself."

Guy Peploe, The Scottish Gallery

 

 

Should you wish to be added to my mailing list for exhibitions please send me your postal address (contact page). If interested in purchasing a painting please see contact page and/or sales page.

 

 

Limited edition giclée prints
Please email for pdf catalogue of range of prints.
Further information on
prints page.

CS2016

Solo exhibition:

The Scottish Gallery
Dundas Street, Edinburgh: February 2018

Images and catalogue will be available online at The Scottish Gallery at end January 2018

www.scottish-gallery.co.uk

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A new book

A Painter's Scotland
Favourite Places, Favourite Paintings

Charles Simpson

 

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Michael Lythgoe
Mike is a good friend of mine and his website is well worth a look. I have a number of his beautiful bird and fish carvings throughout my home. Enquiries via his website for sales or commissions are always welcome.

www.mikelythgoe.com