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ABOVE Moy Bank - Silkscreen Print 38.7 x 38.7cm (ed: 125)
  • LEFT Falmore - Silkscreen Print 38.7 x 38.7cm (ed: 125) - SOLD
  • MIDDLE Inishkeas - Silkscreen Print 38.7 x 38.7cm (ed: 125) - SOLD
  • RIGHT Ballisinkelligs - Silkscreen Print 56 x 96cm (ed: 125)
  • LEFT Moy-Traveller - Silkscreen Print 38.7 x 38.7cm (ed: 125) - SOLD
  • MIDDLE Quarry Edge - Silkscreen Print 80 x 70.5cm (ed: 125)
  • RIGHT Lacken Cross - Silkscreen Print 61 x 81cm (ed: 125)
  • LEFT Dead Sunflowers - Silkscreen Print 51.5 x 78cm (ed: 125)
  • MIDDLE Seafence - Silkscreen Print 102 x 54.5cm (ed: 125)
  • RIGHT Vaucluse - Silkscreen Print 51.5 x 78cm (ed: 125)
  • LEFT Fishpool - Silkscreen Print 56 x 96cm (ed.125) - SOLD
  • MIDDLE Yesnaby Gold - Silkscreen Print 69 x 101.7cm (ed.125)
  • RIGHT Achill Beach - Silkscreen Print 74.9 x 76.3cm (ed.125)
  • LEFT Achill Fence - Silkscreen Print 80.8 x 75.6cm (ed.125)
  • MIDDLE Winter Almonds - Silkscreen Print 78.8 x 75.7cm (ed.125)

Barbara Rae RA

Barbara Rae was born in Falkirk in 1943 and trained at the Edinburgh College of Art (1961-65) and, as a teacher, at Moray House College of Education. She taught at Ainslie Park School in Edinburgh (1968-69) and Portobello High School (1969-72) before taking a lecturing position at Aberdeen College of Education (1972-74).

The bulk of her teaching career was spent as a lecturer in Drawing and Painting at Glasgow School of Art (appointed 1975)
In 1983 she became President of the Society of Scottish Artists and she was appointed a Member of The Royal Fine Art Commission for Scotland in 1995.

She was elected an Associate of The Royal Scottish academy (1980), and a full member of the RSA in 1992 and A Royal Academician in 1996. She was awarded a CBE in 1999 and received an honorary degree from Napier University (Edinburgh) in the same year.

Her style is abstract, with strong use of colours and a range of materials. She has exhibited internationally and her work hangs in public and private collections world-wide, notably the Whitworth Gallery in Manchester and The British Museum.

Public Collections include:

Aberdeen Art Gallery
British Museum
Contemporary Arts Society Derby Museum and Art Gallery
Edinburgh City Schools Collection
Glasgow Art Galleries and Museums
Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh
Museum of Art for Women, Washington DC, USA
Perth Art Gallery and Museum
Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

Corporate Collections include:
Bank of England
Bank of Scotland

Lloyds TSB Group plc, London
Royal Bank of Scotland
Scottish Life Assurance Company, London
Sheraton Inns
Standard Life

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