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05/08/2014

Jack Vettriano and his paintings

This activity is to introduce and collect Jack Vettriano's life and his work, a contemporary Scottish painter of his works mainly in the style of Art Deco main feature of his work is the greatest fictional style to show the temptation to betray the theme "his paintings are entangled with each other leading to the past and present world of endless doors. like movies and novels, as their interpretation of the story of the hero and heroine, "many of his paintings are based on a mysterious and sexy models in each scene modeled somewhat blurred interpretation of betrayal and 1940s. For me, like a degenerate version of the Hitchcock movie.
Following is a brief look at the life of Jack Vettriano. According to Wikipedia introduction, he was born on November 17, 1957. In the east coast of Scotland, an industrialized town Methil grow up. At first he was a mining engineer. His girlfriend at his 21st birthday gave him a set of watercolor paintings, which he became interested in painting. Early in his named "Jack Hoggan", imitating the Impressionist style --- his first piece of work is Monet's paintings. In 1984, his first exhibition, but important breakthrough in 1988, two of his works are in the Royal Scottish Museum of attention Exhibition in Edinburgh was the first day of the auction, more galleries and private Collectors began to contact the painting of the star. Continued exposure and fame led to his first marriage breakdown. He moved to Edinburgh and now Jack Vettriano name to continue writing.
His continuing series of exhibition caused a sensation in Edinburgh, London, Hong Kong, Johannesburg and New York. His artworks now the average price rose to a six-figure, according to the Guardian newspaper reported that his annual paintings copyright can reach 50 pounds. His best known work 'The Singing Butler', is a British all posters and postcards sold the most amount of a (I also have a Painting~ ~). In 2004 twenty auction in May 1, The Singing Butler sold to £ 744,500, in 2012, the painting was the Royal Scottish Museum of Art Summer Exhibition rejected.

The Singing Butler

 The Singing Butler

Sweet Is The Night

Sweet Is The Night

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Contemplation of Betrayal  2001

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