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

Charles Simpson

Charles Simpson was born in Scotland in 1952. He attended the Glasgow School of Art, graduating with BA (Hons) in 1975, and worked as a graphic designer before becoming a full-time artist. An acclaimed landscape painter with a fascination with the west coast of Scotland, Simpson has exhibited throughout the UK and his work is in collections world-wide. In 2003 he was awarded ‘The Discerning Eye’ Chairman’s Purchase Award.

‘All my life I have loved the north-west coast of Scotland and so it is no surprise that is where I paint’ – Charles Simpson

Works range in price from £500 - £10,000

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

Andrew's Cattle
oil on canvas, 30cm x 61cm
Cow's Rock, Iona
oil on canvas, 51cm x 76cm
Last of the Sun
oil on canvas, 41cm x 61cm
Light on the Sea, Isle Ristol
oil on canvas, 41cm x 51cm
Machair & Islands, Iona
oil on canvas, 30cm x 61cm
Snow, Trees & Sheep
oil on canvas, 41cm x 61cm
Stubble Field: Rooks & Crows
oil on canvas, 61cm x 91cm
Two Boats
oil on canvas, 61cm x 76cm
West Coast Gate
oil on canvas, 41cm x 61cm
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