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Dundee DD1 4DU

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Derek Robertson RSW

Derek Robertson

Derek Robertson graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone Art College, Dundee in 1989. Since then he has established a name as one of the county's foremost wildlife and landscape artists.

He exhibits work in galleries around the world including regular section in the Woodson Art Museum, "Birds in Art" international show in the USA where his work is held in the permanent collection.

His paintings, prints and publications are held in numerous public collections including several British universites, museums and the collection of HRH, The Duke of Edinburgh, The Tate Galleries and The Scotland Office, London.

Derek is a professional member of The Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour, The Society of Scottish Artists, an Associate of the American Animal Art Society and an memeber of the Aberdeen Art Society.

He is a winner of the Pat Holmes Memorial Prize, the Guthrie Orchar Prize, the RSW Small Painting Prize, RSW John Gray Award and Glasgow Art Club Fellowship and is a medal winner of the Wildlife Art Society.

He is regularly featured in press, radio and television. His first book, “Highland Sketchbook” was nominated for the McVities Prize. He has written and presented a number of TV programmes including a four part series, “Drawn From Wild Places” which was nominated for a Scottish Bafta and an award at the Cannes Film Festival.

His latest book, entitled “A Studio Under The Sky” is a beautifully produced, limited-edition publication and has received critical acclaim from around the world.

Recently, he has completed illustrations for new books by the celebrated wildlife and environmental writer, Sir John Lister-Kaye, entitled “Song of the Rolling Earth” and “Nature’s Child”: published by Time Warner and which became “modern day classics” of the genre.

Derek regularly gives talks and demonstrations about his work, the landscape, and the wildlife that he portrays. These include prestigious presentations such as the Armistead Lecture and programmes for cruise lines.

  • Morning Light

    Derek Robertson RSW

    watercolour 25cm x 30cm


    T: 01382 220600

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