David Fulton (1848-1930)
|Artist Name||David Fulton (1848-1930)|
|Description||A fine oil on canvas by noted Scottish artist David Fulton RWS which dates to circa 1900. It is a super evocative Impressionist pastoral scene which depicts a shepherd and his flock in an open landscape. The painting is full of vitality and impressionistic colour. It is a fine period Scottish oil painting.
Signed middle left.
|Medium||Oil on Canvas|
|Size||30 x 25 inches|
|Frame||Framed in a gilt gallery frame 38 inches by 33 inches. In excellent condition. Behind glass.|
|Biography||David Fulton RSW (1848-1930) Fulton was born in Parkhead Scotland and Studied at the Glasgow School of art. He was a painting of landscape, Interiors and Figurative subjects. His works were exhibited widely in Principal London galleries in addition to Scottish venues.
Elected RSW 1890 and exhibited at the Royal Academy, Royal Scottish Academy 72, Royal Society of Watercolours 85, Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts 156 and the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool 17. He is represented at the Paisley Institute.