JAMES HARRIGAN

     

Sunday Morning, Girvan

Oil on Board, 20 x 24 inches, 2,500

Summer Storm

Oil on Board, 12 x 12 inches, 1,000

Summer Garden
 
Oil on Board, 20 x 24 inches, 2,500

St. Abbs
 
Oil on Board, 15 x 20 inches, 1,800

Balcony
 
Oil on Board, 15 x 12 inches, 1,500
 

Sheep on the Mo0r

Oil on Board, 20 x 30 inches, 3,000

Pladda Lighthouse

Oil on Board, 24 x 30  inches, 3,500

White Magnolia

Oil on Board,
24 x 30  inches, 3,500

Water Lilies
 
Oil on Board, 20 x 24 inches, 2,500

James Harrigan was born in 1937 in Ayr and has continued to live in Ayrshire all his life. He studied Drawing and painting at Glasgow School of Art between 1956 and 1960 and after his graduation he went on to gain a Post Diploma in Printmaking in 1961.  He taught Art for many years and  was an inspiring teacher with many of his pupils going on themselves to develop successful careers as artists.

Today James is a highly acclaimed and successful professional artist and over the years has exhibited widely throughout the UK. He is known as a landscape artist but his landscapes are frequently augmented by a human presence and a sense of life being lived. He never tires of his local scenery, especially the coastline of the south west of Scotland, but also travels extensively.

James is a past winner of the prestigious Laing Landscape Competition and also The Scotsman Art Competition. He now exhibits mainly in London where he has developed a keen following for his work with a number of highly successful solo and joint solo exhibitions. His work is in many important collections including those in the House of Lords and Glasgow University.

 Following successful Solo Shows in 2005,  2007 , 2009, 2011, 2013 Wren Gallery is delighted to have introduced many new collectors to James' work.