Victoria Street Edinburgh

Paintings of Edinburgh Victoria Street Edinburgh boasts a quaint array of brightly coloured artisan shops and restaurants. It is set on a gentle incline that takes one down to the Grassmarket. Although it doesn’t have the grandiose feel of Princes Street or George Street, it typifies (for me anyway) the spirit and architecture of Edinburgh. … Read more

Melville Street, Edinburgh

Edinburgh This limited edition print of Melville street, Edinburgh is dominated by the distinctive outline of St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral. Its central spire of 270 feet punctuates the skyline of this street scene of Edinburgh’s New Town. Watercolour Painting The figures, each one preoccupied with their own tasks, are an integral part of this watercolour. … Read more

The Tolbooth, Edinburgh

Royal Mile Several of my paintings of Edinburgh feature different parts of the well trodden Royal Mile. The Tolbooth Edinburgh can be found on Canongate Tobooth. I’m always captivated by the Royal Mile because it is full of fascinating architecture. The Tolbooth was built in 1591 and it was here that the tolls or public dues … Read more

Castle from the Grassmarket, Edinburgh

Edinburgh My first limited edition print of Edinburgh was a scene of the Grassmarket published in 1993. It sold out in less than a year. Since then I’ve had a further 18 of my watercolours of Edinburgh published as limited edition prints. These have been hugely popular with clients from all around the world. Auld … Read more

George Street, Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh One of the first paintings of Edinburgh I had published was this scene taken from Charlotte Square at the end of George Street . Over the years it’s proved to be a very popular print as it depicts a number of Edinburgh’s famous landmarks. Watercolour Just after Christmas 1992 I had decided to spend … Read more

Princes Street, Edinburgh

Edinburgh The idea of creating a new town for Edinburgh to be built on the farmlands to the north of the Castle began in the eighteenth century. A young architect, James Craig submitted plans for the competition at the age of only 22. Nine years later, the building work commenced in 1767. His winning design … Read more

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