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The Morning Room, 1916 - Patrick Adam - Framed art Print

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  • Framed Traditional Contemporary art print (42 x 50 cm) by Patrick Adam.
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  • Framed Size is 42 x 50 cm.
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About the artist

Patrick William Adam RSA was born in the city of Edinburgh on October 12, 1852, and died on December 27, 1929, at his residence, Ardilea, in North Berwick. Known for his artistic prowess from an early age, Adam began his training at the RSA in 1874 under the guidance of William McTaggart and GP Chalmers. By 1877, he had already exhibited at the RSA for a few years and received the Stuart Prise for Life Drawing.

Adam's artistic journey took him to Rome, Venice, and Russia, where he created works in various mediums, including watercolour, pastel, and primarily oil. His subject matter ranged from landscapes and portraits to still life, but he was most admired for his genre paintings and interiors.

In 1912, Adam co-founded the Society of Eight, a group of artist friends who showcased their works at the New Gallery in Shandwick Place, Edinburgh. The original members included David Alison, FCB Cadell, John Lavery, Samuel Peploe, and James Paterson, with later additions of Duncan Grant, William MacTaggart, and William Gillies. The society aimed to bridge the Glasgow-Edinburgh divide, but it appears to have disbanded with the onset of war in 1939.

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