Flying Colours Gallery, Chelsea
London Art Gallery
Crawfurd Adamson
Jennifer Anderson
Shona Barr
Oona Campbell
John Cunningham RGI
Douglas Davies
Francis Farmar
Catherine Forshall
Colin Fraser
James Fullarton
Claire Harrigan RSW
Pam Hawkes
Nick Hebditch
Albert Irvin OBE RA
Juris Jurjans
Morag Lloyds
Stephen Mangan
Jean Martin RSW
Emerson Mayes
Rory McLauchlan
Robert McPartland
Alberto Morrocco OBE FRSA FRSE RGI RP
Sandy Murphy RGI RSW
Lin Osborn
Alvaro Petritoli
Tim Pomeroy
James D Robertson RGI RSA RSW
Anthony Scullion RGI
Charles Simpson
Clare Trenchard
Stephanie Tuckwell
Ethel Walker
Peter White
Ingrid Wilkins

Stephen Mangan

Stephen Mangan has a growing reputation as an important and relevant Scottish artist. Born in Edinburgh in 1964, in 1988 he graduated with a BA Hons degree in Fine Art from Duncan of Jordanstone Art College, Dundee. Since a post-graduate diploma in 1989 his work has been shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout the UK and in New York, Hong Kong and Holland.

Mangan's work is fully figurative and especially distinctive. As we explore the paintings we become increasingly involved with his unique vision. Well-known for scenes of the race-course, the beach, the station, the fairground and the theatre, the work continues to develop and impress.

The paintings are held in many private and public collections globally, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Stephen Mangan has been showing with Flying Colours Gallery for twenty years, having first shown in a group exhibition in Edinburgh in 1994 shortly before the gallery moved to London.

If you require further information or wish to purchase one of the works below please contact the gallery.

Head Study profile
oil on card, 19cm x 14cm
Morning Light
oil on canvas, 88cm x 88cm
The Admirer
oil on canvas, 69cm x 69cm
The Jockey
oil on board, 33cm x 38cm
The Platform
oil on canvas, 90cm x 90cm
The Showgirl
oil on canvas, 50cm x 70cm
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