Mcintyre, Donald R.C.A (1923-2009)
Born in Yorkshire 1923 but brought up in North West Scotland. Studied at Glasgow School of Art and under James Wright at Garelochhead and now lives in Wales. He has exhibited at the leading London Galleries, Royal Cambrian Academy, Galleries Racines, Brussels, Fosse Gallery & Thackeray Gallery. Subjects include continental street scenes and West Scotland Landscapes, in a strong post-impressionist style which shows the influence of 20th Century Scottish artist from Cadell through to Redpath and Philipson and Michie. His paintings are in the collections of H.R.H The Duke of Edinburgh, Williamson Art Gallery, Newport Art Gallery, Welsh Arts Council, National Library of Wales, Welsh Contamporary Art Society, Anglesey & Caernarvonshire Education Authorities, University of Wales, Dapartment of the Environment, British Steel Co, U.S.A Embassy, London and London University.ARRANGE VIEWING
- We have this stunning Donald McIntyre oil painting available for sale in our gallery in Lymm, Cheshire. It is titled 'Collioure' and measures 40" x 22" Oil on Canvas laid on Board. Donald McIntyre was born in Leeds in 1923 of Scottish parents, and spent his childhood years in the west of Scotland. He studied painting under James Wright RSW developing a palette of the Scottish Colourist tradition at Garelochhead. Qualifying as a dentist in Glasgow, he served in the army and then worked for the school services. In the late 1940’s McIntyre moved to North Wales and at the age of 40 he left dentistry to make a living as a full time painter. He was a member of the Pastel Society, Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour, Royal Society of Marine Artists and the Royal Cambrian Academy. He exhibited widely in London, Scotland, Wales and Europe and his work can be found in many public and private collections including The National Library of Wales, Newport Art Gallery, Welsh Arts Council, Welsh Contemporary Arts Society and Kirkaldy Museum and Art Gallery. He died in 2009.