Acrylic on paper
From a series of studies of this distinctive mountain in the Scottish Highlands, in different medium, depicting the impact of the mountain on the surrounding landscape in different light conditions and from varying viewpoints.
Alexander Moffat (k.a. Sandy Moffat) is considered one of Europe’s foremost 20th and 21st century portraitists. It’s an honour to be presenting these landscape works in the artist’s ‘late style’ .
You may also enjoy viewing Moffat’s work in one of many public collections, online or in person: City Art Centre, Edinburgh; Democratic Left Scotland; Dundee Art Galleries and Museums Collections, Scotland; Kirkcaldy Galleries, Fife, Scotland; Museum of the Isle of Skye; Òran Mór, Glasgow; Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow; Richard Demarco Archive; Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum, Bournemouth, UK; Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh; Scottish National Portrait Gallery, Edinburgh; Saltire Society, Scotland; Orkney Museum, Kirkwall, Orkney Islands; University of Edinburgh; Wardlaw Museum University of St Andrews; Yale Centre for British Art, Connecticut USA. Moffat’s work is also held in private collections internationally.