|This website presents paintings by Edwin G Lucas, a Scottish artist who lived from 1911 to 1990. His paintings are Modernist in style and many feature Surrealist elements developed during the 1930s.
The site contains biographical information, galleries of digital images and news of exhibitions of the original paintings. Please contact us if you would like more information.
The New Acquisitions exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art has opened and includes five of Edwin's paintings, the first time he has been represented in the National Collection. The exhibition runs until 4th May 2014. Click New Acquisitions Exhibition for more information.
Furthermore, a selling exhibition of some of Edwin's work that has not been shown in public since 1951 takes place at Bourne Fine Art from 27th March to 17th April 2014. An excellent preview article has been published in The Telegraph.
Picture of the Month
Green Fingers was painted in 1950 and is a good example of the unique direction that Edwin's work took after his "flirtation with surrealism" in the early 1940s.
This painting is included in the exhibition at Bourne Fine Art from 27th March to 17th April 2014. This is the first time it has been shown in public since Edwin's solo exhibition at the New Gallery in Edinburgh in 1951.
Green Fingers by Edwin G Lucas, 1950, Oil on Canvas, 75cm x 60cm