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artworks by  David Sinclair RSW

Born 1937

Studied drawing and Painting at the Glasgow School of Art under William Armour and Mary Armour and David Donaldson.

Awarded a Post Diploma and the major travelling scholarship and studied in Holland. Paris and London.

In 2001 he was elected to the R.S.W. and was a member of the Council from 2002-2005.

In 1995 he won the Murray Thompson Award at the Royal Scottish Academy and in the same year had two etchings included in the National Open Print Exhibition held in London.

He was the 1997 winner of the Morrison Portrait Award held in the Royal Scottish Academy.

He has an entry in the Who's Who in Art published by the Hilmarton Manor Press, 31st edition 2004.

He has won the Winsor and Newton Award in the 2004 RSW Exhibition.

His paintings and etchings, printed from his own press have been exhibited widely. His work is included in Public and private collections.

His work is regularly shown at the Royal Scottish Academy, and the R.S.W., and frequently at the Glasgow Institute, the S.S.A., and the V.A.S.,

He has shown work in one man, two man and group exhibitions in the following galleries-

The Duncan Campbell Gallery, Piano Nobile Gallery, Islington Art Fair 1998-2002, The Mall Galleries (Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours) 2002.

Bourne Fine Art, The Open Eye Gallery, The Printmakers Gallery, Randolph Gallery (Festival exhibition 2003)

Ewan Mundy Fine Art, Cyril Gerber Gallery, Compass Gallery, The Kelly Gallery, Roger Billcliffe Gallery, The Glasgow Art Fair 1997-2005.

Gracefield Arts Centre, McGill Duncan Gallery, Whitehouse Gallery.

Mainhill Gallery, Maltings Art Centre, Broughton Gallery, Shire Gallery Alnwick.

His work is included in P.I.H. (Paintings in Hospitals Scheme Scotland)
He has a number of paintings and etchings currently on show in Atlanta U.S.A. in the Tom Deans Gallery.

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