We are very pleased to show you some examples of William Dobbie's breathtaking art. He is known as one of Scotland's foremost artists working today and was born and raised in Glasgow. He has had a lifetime passion for art, and this is matched by a deeply impressive talent that first emerged when he was at school. From winning gold and silver awards for art as a boy to his time at the Glasgow School of Art, he always nourished his talent with a view to being able one day to make a living through his art.
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Scottish Fine Art
This has very much been made a reality, as William Dobbie has become an extremely successful artist both in a commercial and a critical sense. After having graduated from the Glasgow School of Art in 1977, he has gone on to reach great heights. His work can be seen in many different contexts, from board rooms to brewing companies, national advertising campaigns to charities. At the same time his work is regularly snapped up for the private collections of many a discerning lover of fine art.
Seascape and Landscape Paintings
William's artwork covers a wide range of themes, but one of his artistic cornerstones is the maritime world. This should be of no surprise given that he was born in one of the great historic ship building centres of the world. Growing up by the banks of the Clyde, he was captivated by such iconic ships as the Queen Mary and the Cutty Sark, great feats of engineering that were built in the ship building yards of his hometown. This early interest in the maritime heritage of Glasgow has fed into much of his work that is based around the nautical theme.
William Dobbie Prints
We offer some excellent William Dobbie prints either on their own, mounted or available with framing, so they are then ready for you to display and enjoy. William is greatly inspired by the beautiful landscape of the Scottish countryside, and this too is reflected in the range of prints. Discouver remote lakes, awe-inspiring mountains, country castles and rich green fields and forests that just some of the features which have been so impressively rendered in William's landscapes. His landscape painting, along with his portraiture, has an exquisite level of realism. At the same time, William weaves into his scenes a romantic sparkle which elevates the work into something truly uplifting.