Michael McGuinness RWS - Framed Contemporary Watercolour, Mo Mowlam
A delightful portrait of the late labour politician Mo Mowlam by the British artist Michael McGuinness. Completed in watercolour and graphite.
Mowlam worked to secure the Good Friday Agreement in the late 1990's. She was instrumental in the talks and was widely praised for bringing her distinctive personality to the talks which kept loyalists and republicans at the negotiating table.
This delightful portrait is very well presented in a distressed effect wooden frame and white card mount.Unsigned. On watercolour paper.
In fine condition.
34.5 x 27cm (13.6" x 10.6")Framed Size: 55 x 46.5cm (21.7" x 18.3")
Sulis Fine Art is pleased to present a wonderful collection of watercolours by the Contemporary artist Michael McGuinness RWS.
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Born and educated in Essex, Michael McGuinness studied illustration at the S.E. Essex School of Art, then painting at the Royal Academy Schools and at Walthamstow with Stuart Ray and John Titchell. In the early sixties he joined The Observer Newspaper and Magazine as Artist/Designer and then went on to Readers Digest as Art Editor for Special Projects.
Freelancing during the seventies as Illustrator/Designer, he had a solo show of paintings and drawings in London, was elected to The New English Art Club and showed oils and watercolours at the Royal Academy Summer Shows. Senior Design Editing at Mitchell Beazley Publishers followed and a period on the Sunday Times at Wapping. In 1986 he joined The Independent before launch, first as Deputy Art Editor and then as Art Editor, seeing the paper through every stage of the award winning process of the first newspaper to be conceived and born in the new technology. He later became the first Art Editor of The Independent on Sunday.
In 1989 he was elected as a member of the Royal Watercolour Society and has shown regularly at the Bankside Gallery since then. He has also shown at Christie’s and in the touring show in Spain. McGuinness was selected by Bernard Dunstan for the Directors’ Choice exhibition at the New Academy in London, and two books were published to which he contributed. The Encyclopedia of Watercolour techniques, The New Guide to Illustration, for which he wrote a chapter on the use of illustration of newspapers.
In 1993 he was invited to design the Colour Magazine for the relaunch of The Observer, and was with them until the late spring of 1994. In the Autumn of 1994 he joined The Independent and Independant on Sunday as Head of Design and Graphics.For more information on this artist or collection see here.
|Artist||Michael McGuinness RWS|
|Dimensions||34.5 x 27cm|
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