Thomas Campbell Mackie (1886-1952)

Artist Name Thomas Campbell Mackie (1886-1952)
Title Sam's Breaghy Co. Donegal
Size 24 x 28 inches
Medium Oil on Canvas
Condition Excellent condition
Biography Thomas Callender Campbell Mackie MBE ARIBA ARIAS (1886-1952). Mackie was a Scottish painter in oil and pastel of landscapes and flowers. He was also a lithographer, designer and etcher. He was educated at Larchfield School, Helensburgh and also Glasgow School of Architecture. He was head of design at Glasgow school of Art and Author of Pattern. Mackie was a member of the Glasgow Art Club. He exhibited regularly,  Royal Scottish Academy 48, Glasgow Institute 77, also once at the Royal Academy. His work is represented at several major art galleries.
Description This stunning Impressionist oil painting is by Scottish artist Thomas Campbell Mackie. Painted shortly prior to 1934 the view is a street nocturne in County Donegal with a cart and horse in the foreground and figures and houses behind. The Impressionist tones give the painting a lovely glow and an atmospheric feel.
Provenance Exhibited at The Royal Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts, 1934, no. 183. Glasgow Art Club exhibition label attached to reverse of frame. Fine Art Society.
Frame Housed in contemporary reverse profile silvered frame , 36 inches by 32 inches and in good condition.
Price £7200
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