John Burns Robertson (Fl. 1920-1944)

Artist Name John Burns Robertson (Fl. 1920-1944)
Title Still Life Floral with Irises and Daffodils
Description This superb Scottish floral still life oil painting is by noted Glasgow artist John Burns Robertson. Painted in 1931 it is a stunning arrangement of blue and white irises mixed with yellow daffodils standing out against a dark background. They are arranged in a lovely terracotta jug stood next to another highly glazed jug that really catches the light. The contrast of the two jugs is almost as beautiful as the flowers. Robertson was known for his floral still lifes and this is an excellent example.
Signed and dated 1931 lower left.
Provenance Glasgow estate.
Medium Oil on Canvas
Size 17 x 21 inches
Frame Housed in a complementary original period frame, 28 inches by 24 inches and in good condition.
Condition Good condition.
Biography John Burns Robertson. Active between 1920-1944 Robertson was a Glasgow painter in oils of portraits, still life flowers and townscapes.  He exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy 4 and Glasgow Institute 17.
Price £2975
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