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Stuart Miller Mcalpine

(1964 )
MCALPINE Stuart Miller Caught In Centre Of Decaying Ruins

McTear's
Apr 14, 2019
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Stuart Miller Mcalpine - Caught In Centre Of Decaying Ruins

Stuart Miller Mcalpine - Caught In Centre Of Decaying Ruins

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Lot number: 721
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* STUART MCALPINE MILLER, CAUGHT IN CENTRE OF DECAYING RUINS oil on canvas, signed and titled verso 152cm x 127cm Framed. Note: Stuart Mc Alpine Miller grew up in Stevenston, Ayrshire and graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1990. He was shortlisted for the Provost's Award. From the outset, several astute and influential art professionals and critics could see that Mc Alpine Miller was a special talent and he earned sporadic exhibitions at top end London, New York, Chicago and provincial galleries. In 2004, he was commissioned to paint Sir Paul Mc Cartney's piano used throughout the 2004 European Tour. This project involved working closely and consulting with Paul on a daily basis. Despite critical acclaim and growing sales, Mc Alpine Miller had never sold a painting for more than £7000 but by 2010 he had developed a style and subject matter of work which moved him from "niche" to "internationally important". In 2012 he was selected by the Savoy Hotel, London to be their artist in residence which culminated in a major exhibition within the hotel in September that year. By now his paintings were routinely achieving up to £25,000. By mid 2013, there were waiting lists for his originals and prices were "starting at £35,000". Solo exhibitions followed including at Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery (New York) in March 2016 and at frontline galleries in London and Glasgow. Success brings rewards and Stuart and wife Nikki now live in a Perthshire baronial mansion – with 13 bedrooms, turrets and 12 acres of land. A commission for eight major works was delivered to JK Rowling and numerous other celebrities are rumoured to be collectors. In terms of pounds sterling per square inch, Mc Alpine Miller is probably one of Scotland's two or three most valuable living artists. The six paintings (lots 511 - 516) are from an exceptional private collection of Stuart Mc Alpine Miller's early work.
Stuart Miller Mcalpine - Caught In Centre Of Decaying Ruins

Stuart Miller Mcalpine - Caught In Centre Of Decaying Ruins

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Lot number: 511
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* STUART MCALPINE MILLER, CAUGHT IN CENTRE OF DECAYING RUINS oil on canvas, signed and titled verso 152cm x 127cm Framed. Note: Stuart Mc Alpine Miller grew up in Stevenston, Ayrshire and graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1990. He was shortlisted for the Provost's Award. From the outset, several astute and influential art professionals and critics could see that Mc Alpine Miller was a special talent and he earned sporadic exhibitions at top end London, New York, Chicago and provincial galleries. In 2004, he was commissioned to paint Sir Paul Mc Cartney's piano used throughout the 2004 European Tour. This project involved working closely and consulting with Paul on a daily basis. Despite critical acclaim and growing sales, Mc Alpine Miller had never sold a painting for more than £7000 but by 2010 he had developed a style and subject matter of work which moved him from "niche" to "internationally important". In 2012 he was selected by the Savoy Hotel, London to be their artist in residence which culminated in a major exhibition within the hotel in September that year. By now his paintings were routinely achieving up to £25,000. By mid 2013, there were waiting lists for his originals and prices were "starting at £35,000". Solo exhibitions followed including at Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery (New York) in March 2016 and at frontline galleries in London and Glasgow. Success brings rewards and Stuart and wife Nikki now live in a Perthshire baronial mansion – with 13 bedrooms, turrets and 12 acres of land. A commission for eight major works was delivered to JK Rowling and numerous other celebrities are rumoured to be collectors. In terms of pounds sterling per square inch, Mc Alpine Miller is probably one of Scotland's two or three most valuable living artists. The six paintings (lots 511 - 516) are from an exceptional private collection of Stuart Mc Alpine Miller's early work.
Stuart Miller Mcalpine - Caught In Centre Of Decaying Ruins

Stuart Miller Mcalpine - Caught In Centre Of Decaying Ruins

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Lot number: 511
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* STUART MCALPINE MILLER, CAUGHT IN CENTRE OF DECAYING RUINS oil on canvas, signed and titled verso 152cm x 127cm Framed. Note: Stuart Mc Alpine Miller grew up in Stevenston, Ayrshire and graduated from Glasgow School of Art in 1990. He was shortlisted for the Provost's Award. From the outset, several astute and influential art professionals and critics could see that Mc Alpine Miller was a special talent and he earned sporadic exhibitions at top end London, New York, Chicago and provincial galleries. In 2004, he was commissioned to paint Sir Paul Mc Cartney's piano used throughout the 2004 European Tour. This project involved working closely and consulting with Paul on a daily basis. Despite critical acclaim and growing sales, Mc Alpine Miller had never sold a painting for more than £7000 but by 2010 he had developed a style and subject matter of work which moved him from "niche" to "internationally important". In 2012 he was selected by the Savoy Hotel, London to be their artist in residence which culminated in a major exhibition within the hotel in September that year. By now his paintings were routinely achieving up to £25,000. By mid 2013, there were waiting lists for his originals and prices were "starting at £35,000". Solo exhibitions followed including at Hoerle-Guggenheim Gallery (New York) in March 2016 and at frontline galleries in London and Glasgow. Success brings rewards and Stuart and wife Nikki now live in a Perthshire baronial mansion – with 13 bedrooms, turrets and 12 acres of land. A commission for eight major works was delivered to JK Rowling and numerous other celebrities are rumoured to be collectors. In terms of pounds sterling per square inch, Mc Alpine Miller is probably one of Scotland's two or three most valuable living artists. The six paintings (lots 511 - 516) are from an exceptional private collection of Stuart Mc Alpine Miller's early work.
Stuart Miller Mcalpine - Strange Coincidence Of Two Stemmed Unfortunates

Stuart Miller Mcalpine - Strange Coincidence Of Two Stemmed Unfortunates

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Lot number: 51
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Lot 51: Stuart McAlpine Miller, "Strange Coincidence of...," Oil, 1993
Description: \“Strange Coincidence of Two Stemmed Unfortunates\”
Oil on artist board
Stuart McAlpine Miller (20th c.) Pop art inspired Scottish painter
Signed "Stuart McAlpine Miller." lower right
Surrealist style
Provenance: Connaut Brown, London
Dimensions: 24 x 20 in. (61 x 50.8 cm)
Excellent condition

Stuart McAlpine Miller (Scottish, 20th c.)

London based artist Stuart McAlpine Miller works largely in a Pop Art vein but has experimented in other styles throughout his career. Appropriated celebrity images and a dialogue with consumer culture are prevalent in his work. Miller attended the Glasgow School of Art and has garnered solo exhibitions in New York and London.

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Surface is stable. Under the UV light, there is no apparent restoration. Excellent condition.

Stuart Miller Mcalpine - Naked Female On Chequered Table

Stuart Miller Mcalpine - Naked Female On Chequered Table

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Lot number: 655
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* STUART MCALPINE MILLER, NAKED FEMALE ON CHEQUERED TABLE oil on canvas, signed 100cm x 120cm Framed
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