Malcolm A.P. Ferguson RWA (1913-2007) - 1974 Oil, View from the Garden
DescriptionA view from the garden of a terraced house with figures and buildings in the background. Presented in a distressed grey painted wooden frame. Signed and dated to the centre of the lower edge. On canvas board.
There is some slight surface dirt and some marks to the frame. Overall in very good condition. Inspection under UV light reveals no restoration.
50.2 x 64.9cm (19.8" x 25.6")Framed Size: 61.8 x 76.4cm (24.3" x 30.1")
Malcolm Alastair Percy Ferguson (1913-2007) was a painter of religious subjects, landscapes, and figures in oils, watercolours and tempera born at Blackwater in Hampshire. He studied at Croydon School of Art from 1936-9, at the Slade School in 1939, and again after military service from 1947-51. He exhibited at the RA from 1949 and also showed at the RWA, RI, RP, NEAC, the Paris Salon, the National Museum of Wales, and Bradford Art Gallery. He was elected an Associate of the RWA in 1965 and a full member in 1980. His many awards include the Anglo American and de Beers Joint Chairman's' Award to support True Fresco in the apse of St. Joseph's Chapek Tsolo, South Africa 1982 and a grant to work on four altars in St. Augustine's Church, Penalonga, Zimbabwe from 1985 to 1989. He also completed work on a three-metre triptych in the UK at the Lord Mayor's Chapel, Bristol in 1992. His work is included in the collections of the Plymouth City Art Gallery and the Royal West of England Academy.
|Artist||Malcolm A.P. Ferguson RWA (1913-2007)|
|Dimensions||50.2 x 64.9cm|
|Subject||Architecture & Cityscapes|
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