Hugh Buchanan

Belton
watercolour on paper
38 x 56cm

 

 

The Opening Door
watercolour on paper
56 x 38cm

 

 

Seaton Delaval
watercolour on paper
38 x 56cm

 

 

 

Blinding Light at Versailles

watercolour

38 x 56cm

 

 

Dissolving Light at Hardwick

watercolour

56 x 38cm

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Interior at Keddleston

watercolour

76 x 38cm

 

 

Study for Registers of The Great Seal

watercolour

63 x 56cm

 

 

 

Penny Red

watercolour

28 x 38cm

 

 

Rolled Engravings

watercolour

56 x 38cm       

 

Packets No’s 16, 17 + 18

watercolour

28 x 38cm

 

 

William Kent Chair, South Tribune, Holkham

watercolour

56 x 75cm

 

 

Receipt Books and String at Forchtenstein

watercolour

38 x 56cm

 

 

Inspecting the Plans at Boughton

watercolour

75 x 56cm

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Hugh Buchanan, born in Edinburgh in 1958, studied at Edinburgh College of Art. After completing post-graduate studies, ‘with distinction’ in 1981, he was awarded travel scholarships to the Middle East, North Italy and the Balkans and has travelled regularly throughout Europe to visit and paint in watercolour buildings and interiors from the Renaissance to the Baroque. Over several years he worked on commissions for the National Trust and in 1987 was invited by the Prince of Wales to paint a series of interiors of Balmoral and at Highgrove in 1994. In 1988 he was commissioned by the House of Commons to paint four interiors in the Palace of Westminster.

 

Hugh Buchanan’s paintings are in the Collections of HM The Queen, HRH Queen Elizabeth the late Queen Mother, HRH The Prince of Wales, the Victoria and Albert Museum, the Edinburgh City Art Galleries, the Palace of Westminster, the University of Edinburgh, the University of Aberdeen, the Bank of Scotland, the Royal Bank of Scotland, Flemings Bank, Deutsche Bank, the National Trust for Scotland and the National Trust for England.

 

In 2002 he was commissioned by the House of Lords to paint the lying in state of the Queen Mother at the Palace of Westminster. In 1987 he was one of Ten British Watercolourists shown at the Museo de Bellas Artes in Bilbao, Spain. In 1991 he exhibited at the Lincoln Centre, New York. In 1998 five works by Hugh Buchanan were included in the exhibition Princes as Patrons: The Art Collections of the Princes of Wales from the Renaissance to the Present Day shown at the National Museum and Gallery, Cardiff. In 2005/6 his paintings featured in Watercolours and Drawings from the Collection of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother, at the Palace of Holyroodhouse, Edinburgh and Queen’s Gallery, London. He has held fourteen solo exhibitions in London.

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