William Beattie Brown paintings for sale

 William Beattie-Brown, RSA (1831-1909) 

Beattie-Brown was born in the Parish of Haddington . 


He found English subjects for  his paintings  in Surrey, Kent, and Yorkshire, but his main themes were Scottish highland landscapes. He was a pioneer among the Scottish 'out-of-door' artists, frequently completing his pictures directly from nature. In 1871 he was elected an associate of the Royal Scottish Academy, and in 1884 an Academician. His diploma picture, dated 1883, is a characteristic highland landscape, 'Coire-na-Faireamh,' now in the Scottish National Gallery, Edinburgh. representative works by him are in the public galleries at Liverpool, Manchester, Oldham, and Bolton. He was a frequent exhibitor at the Royal Academy, Glasgow and other Scottish exhibitions. In his later years he adopted a more glowing scheme of colour than in his earlier work; but his pictures were always noticeable for their realistic line and tone, and for their technical excellence. 

William Beattie-Brown

William Beattie-Brown

On the Kishorn- Watercolour - Signed - 12" x 16" - £650

"Cattle Watering"

"Cattle Watering"

William Beattie Brown (fl 1890-1940) Oil on canvas Signed 16" x 24" £1,800

Landscape -  SportingMilitaryContemporary Art

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