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Joan Eardley (1921 - 1963) Summer Grasses and Barley on the Clifftop (c.1962) The Wave Seascape (c.1950) July Fields Catterline in Winter (1963) Snow. c. 1958 Joan Eardley, although English by birth, became known and revered as one of Scotland’s most prominent mid century artists. Discovering the Kincardineshire fishing village of Catterline in North East Scotland in 1950, Eardley was instantly inspired to paint there. She soon after bought a dilapidated 2-room cottage which was crudely…
Joan Eardley - Glasgow Street Children
It’s funny the things we remember. For example, I remember being dressed in a cross-country biking helmet, oven gloves and some kind of jacket, then deposited in a pram to be backstop in a Christmas Day game of Cricket when I was in three years old (I should say that we were in New Zealand and strange things like that happen all the time…). I desperately wanted to play, but was judged to be too small and pathetic, so was swathed in ‘protective’ clothing and promptly had a ball hurled at me…
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Two major private collections of Scottish Colourist paintings led the field in our latest specialist auction of Scottish Paintings & Sculpture in Edinburgh on 9th June. A painting by Scottish Colourist F.C.B. Cadell's titled Still Life of Roses took the top spot at £434,500 (illustrated in the thumbnail).
Joan Eardley And Her Pastels Of Glasgow's Tenement Children
Joan Eardley, one of Scotland's artistic treasures, created many pastels of the kids of Glasgow's slums between 1949 and 1963. Gail Sibley takes a look at some of these pastels.
BBC Arts - BBC Arts - How the unflinching art of Joan Eardley captures Scotland at its rawest
Joan Eardley celebrated at major new exhibition Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.
UK | Scotland | Glasgow, Lanarkshire and West | Rare Eardley hidden behind sketch
A Scots art lover who bought a drawing by artist Joan Eardley finds a valuable painting hidden inside the frame.