andrew sinclair

fiddler study
oil on linen
50 x 40 cm
£950
a tune for a pint
oil on canvas
60 x 40 cm
£1250
interlude
oil on canvas
50 x 40 cm
£950
wine reflections
oil on linen
45 x 45cm
£1250
flute, guitar, box and irish
oil on linen
60 x 80 cm
£2500
weight
oil on board
25 x 20cm
£350
lucky up lucky down
oil on board
25 x 20 cm
£300
lady with fiddle II
Sold
oil on linen
60 x 40 cm
£1250
guitar and fiddle
Sold
oil on linen
100 x 80 cm
£2500
lady with fiddle I
Sold
oil on linen
50 x 40 cm
£1250
the wooden flute player
Sold
oil on linen
40 x 30cm
£950
ben resipole evening
Sold
oil on board
20 x 25cm
£350
percussion, wind, strings
Sold
oil on linen
56 x 118cm
£2500
ben resipole
Sold
oil on board
20 x 25cm
£350
passing shadows II
Sold
oil on board
25 x 30 cm
£350
lady in white I
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oil on linen
45 x 24 cm
£950
lady in white II
Sold
oil on linen
45 x 24 cm
£950
oil sketch of fiddler
Sold
oil on linen
67 x 48 cm
£750
the fiddle tutor
Sold
oil on linen
70 x 70cm
£3500
little bed warmer
Sold
oil on board
25 x 20 cm
£350

biography

Andrew Sinclair is the founder and proprietor of Resipole Studios Fine Art Gallery. He graduated with BA Hons in Fine Art (drawing and painting) from Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee in 1996. Andrew is predominantly figurative in his approach, using a very traditional basis for his painting. Andrew is currently enjoying the lighter approach of painting 'Alla prima', bringing an immediate response to the subject onto the canvas. Inspired by the painting style of Sargeant and Raeburn, the finished result is fresh and shows a confidence of paint handling and composition. Choosing to work on a series of paintings on one subject allows the viewer an insight into the approach and techniques used by the artist. From the subtle variations in the colours to the brushstrokes and palette knife marks that depict the form and textures. Currently exploring and developing this technique into more intricate and complicated compositions, Andrew looks forward to the challenges and the results.

Andrew has work in public collections with the Highland council and Duncan of Jordanstone college of art in Dundee.

His paintings are held in private collections in the UK, France, Germany,  Kenya, New Zealand, Australia,  USA, The Netherlands and with TRH The Duke and Duchess of Rothesay.