Andrew Johnstone

Andrew Johnstone (British, 1933 – 2015)  was so much more than a painter.  A scholar, linguist, soldier, diplomat, political officer, craftsman, carpenter, artist, father and husband.  The compulsion to create prevailed throughout his life, presenting itself in all variety of mediums. In 1993 he returned to his passion of painting, committing to it with a prolific intensity which only ebbed and finally stopped when age no longer allowed it.

We are delighted to bring together his work for the first time since his death in 2015, in the remarkable exhibition opening on Tuesday 23rd May.
The exhibition bring together work created between 1995 and 2011, during the period of concentration when painting was his primary focus.
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