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

Juris Jurjans

Born in Riga in 1944, Juris Jurjans is a well known Latvian painter.

Jurjans graduated from J. Rozentals School of Art in Riga in 1962 and went on to complete a diploma in the Painting Department of Latvian Art Academy in 1969 (under the guidance of E. Kalniņš). He has been a professional artist since 1969.

Jurjans found his painting theme early on in his career, choosing to depict nature, specifically butterflies and birds in rich vegetation, often with a human element. His dynamic impressionistic style incorporates much paint and vibrant colours. These are joyful paintings that lift the heart.

From 1969 to 1972, Jurjans worked as a teacher in Riga; from 1972 to 1988 he was the artist of the company “Māksla” and also lectured at the Latvian Art Academy; in 1992 he became an assistant Professor and was awarded Doctor of Arts.

Jurjans has had exhibited all over the world, including New York, Paris, Moscow, Madrid, London and Tokyo. His work is in many public collections including the prestigious State Art Museum in Latvia, the Ministry for Culture of Russia and the Tretyakov Gallery in Moscow as well as private collections worldwide.

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By the River
oil on canvas, 105cm x 120cm
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