Andrew Sinclair

beinn resipol and ardshealach
£595.00
late sun on laudale
£595.00
last red light
£795.00
your move
SOLD
january light over beinn resipol
£3,995.00
evening at tioram
SOLD
the dry castle
SOLD
the shadow of the oak
£2,500.00
winter sunrise, loch sunart
SOLD
sunshine on carna
£595.00
autumn, river shiel
SOLD
welsh cup
£395.00
teacup and saucer IV
£495.00
teacup and saucer II
£495.00
teacup and saucer
SOLD
teacup and saucer III
£495.00
tea
£595.00
three books
SOLD
highways and byways
SOLD
dragon cup and book II
SOLD
dragon cup and book I
£495.00
single white
£995.00
antiquarian
SOLD
at rest
£1,250.00
Jug
£450.00
Passing Shadows Over Ardnamurchan
SOLD
Popular Tales
SOLD
Setting Sun Series iv
SOLD
One Book
SOLD
Red
SOLD
Trade and Commerce
£1,950.00
Two Flowers
SOLD
Welsh Poppy
SOLD
Red Rose
SOLD
The Autoharpist
£1,400.00
Evening Light Over Laudale
SOLD
Loch Mist Over Loch Sunart
SOLD
Setting Sun Series i
SOLD
Setting the Rest
SOLD
Setting Sun Series iii
SOLD
Setting Sun on Beinn Resipol
£2,300.00
Gone to Bed
SOLD
Torquil's Ford
SOLD
Two Red Roses
SOLD
Vase
SOLD
Three Boats
SOLD
Autumn Shiel
SOLD
Autumn Evening at Tioram
SOLD
Orange Evening Light
SOLD
White
£450.00
Andrew Sinclair
Andrew Sinclair

Andrew Sinclair graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee, in 1996 with an honours degree in Painting and Drawing. Painting solely in oils, in the manner of ‘chiaroscuro’ style, he uses strong contrasting tones to recreate the human form. Through his work, he presents a window into real-life scenes, including intimate compositions, larger group pieces, local landscapes and still lifes. ‘Using strong lighting on the subject assists in capturing the form and creating a dynamic solid composition. Through subtle narratives within the painting, an interaction develops between the viewer and the subjects portrayed.’ Andrew’s work exudes a certain spice, most likely picked up from some far-off land; a flavour he has successfully merged with his study of Highland locals. His distinctive palette, juxtaposed with the interplay of shadow and light, conjures a unique and individual style. Andrew is currently working on a series of paintings based on the local, traditional artisans of the Scottish West Highlands and a series of still life paintings, centred around antique books of the Highlands and Islands, and other such curio.

Andrew Sinclair
Andrew Sinclair

Andrew Sinclair graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone, Dundee, in 1996 with an honours degree in Painting and Drawing. Painting solely in oils, in the manner of ‘chiaroscuro’ style, he uses strong contrasting tones to recreate the human form. Through his work, he presents a window into real-life scenes, including intimate compositions, larger group pieces, local landscapes and still lifes. ‘Using strong lighting on the subject assists in capturing the form and creating a dynamic solid composition. Through subtle narratives within the painting, an interaction develops between the viewer and the subjects portrayed.’ Andrew’s work exudes a certain spice, most likely picked up from some far-off land; a flavour he has successfully merged with his study of Highland locals. His distinctive palette, juxtaposed with the interplay of shadow and light, conjures a unique and individual style. Andrew is currently working on a series of paintings based on the local, traditional artisans of the Scottish West Highlands and a series of still life paintings, centred around antique books of the Highlands and Islands, and other such curio.