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Robin Philipson

(19161992 ) - Artworks Wikipedia® - Robin Philipson
PHILIPSON Robin Humankind-the Embrace

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Robin Philipson - Figures On A Beach

Robin Philipson - Figures On A Beach

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Description: § SIR ROBIN PHILIPSON R.A., P.R.S.A., F.R.S.A., R.S.W., R.G.I., D.LITT., L.L.D. (SCOTTISH 1916-1992) FIGURES ON A BEACH 1967 Signed, watercolour 19.5cm x 22.5cm (7.75in x 8.75in) Largely good colour and condition Aitken Dott & Son, Philipson Exhibition 1968, no.29
Robin Philipson - The Two Windows

Robin Philipson - The Two Windows

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Sir Robin Philipson RA PRSA FRSA RSW RGI DLitt LLD (British, 1916-1992) The Two Windows signed 'R Philipson' (lower right); further signed, titled and inscribed 'ROBIN PHILIPSON/ST VINCENT STREET/EDINBURGH/THE TWO WINDOWS' (on a label attached to the backboard) watercolour and gouache 87 x 78 cm. (34 1/4 x 30 11/16 in.) Footnotes Provenance Sale; Sotheby's, London, 30 October 1985, lot 458 Exhibited Edinburgh, Royal Scottish Academy, 1963, cat.no.409, where purchased by R Forbes Hutchison Kirkcaldy, The Kirkcaldy Art Gallery, n.d., n.no.
Robin Philipson - The Meadow

Robin Philipson - The Meadow

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Lot number: 319
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† SIR ROBIN PHILIPSON, PRSA, RA, RSW (1916-1992) THE MEADOW watercolour, 69.5 x 102cmProvenance: The Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh, where purchased by the present vendor in 1992.++In very fine condition, completely fresh and unfaded * The description of the above lot by the auctioneer in the language of the auction is the governing description. Any translation using Google translate is a guide only - its accuracy cannot be guaranteed and it is used at your own risk.
Robin Philipson - Humankind-the Embrace

Robin Philipson - Humankind-the Embrace

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Sir Robin Philipson RA PRSA FRSA RSW RGI DLitt LLD (British, 1916-1992) Humankind-The Embrace signed and inscribed 'Robin Philipson' (to overlap); further signed and titled 'Robin Philipson/Humankind-The Embrace' to artist's label (verso) oil on canvas 51 x 50.5 cm. (20 1/16 x 19 7/8 in.) Footnotes Provenance With Aitken Dott & Son, Edinburgh
Robin Philipson -  Rose Window

Robin Philipson - Rose Window

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* SIR ROBIN PHILIPSON RA PRSA RSW RGI HRHA DLITT LLD (SCOTTISH 1916 - 1992), ROSE WINDOW oil on canvas, signed verso 100cm x 100cm (39.72 x 39.72 inches) Framed and under glass. Provenance: Private Edinburgh collection. Note: Born in 1916 in Broughton-in-Furness, Sir Robin moved to Scotland in 1930. He studied at Edinburgh College of Art from 1936 to 1940, becoming a lecturer there in 1947. He was a significant and influential presence on the Scottish Art Scene for more than three decades. He had numerous commitments as Head of School of Drawing and Painting at Edinburgh College of Art and eventually President of the Royal Scottish Academy. However, he was above all, a practicing painter, who, in spite of the demands upon him was still able to produce throughout the years a distinguished and original body of work. He received many honours throughout his life including being knighted for service to the arts in Scotland in 1976. Philipson's early work predominantly focused on landscapes, still lifes and interiors. Then, late in the 1950s, the artist began to explore two further themes in his work: cathedral exteriors and the rose window. Philipson commented on his paintings of Venetian church interiors: ''What impressed me most about the Venetian churches - San Marco above all - was a sense of their beautifully lit spaces. They gave me a great desire to recreate all their visual aspects simultaneously, taking in their inspired intricate rhythms and richly saturated colour.''
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