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Patsy McArthur

Born in: 1976

United Kingdom

Patsy McArthur is a naturalist painter, born in 1976 in Glasgow, Scotland. She studied painting at Gray's School of Art Aberdeen located in the North East of Scotland. She has a B.A in Fine arts and received the Royal Scottish Academy John Kinross Scholarship which allowed her to study in Florence, Italy. In 2001, she did a Masters of Arts at Winchester School of Art, Barcelona.
Patsy MacArthur loves to travel. She spent time in Spain, China, Australia and New York. Currently, she lives in Brighton, UK.

Patsy MacArthur likes to explore infinite beauty of the human being through painting. Her strokes are so precise that her paintings look like photos. The artist pays close attention to every single detail. She uses ink, drawing and oil painting to achieve this realistic illusion, which often confuses the spectator. The bodies are fit, strong, stretched out, they are a tribute to the human body and physical effort, highlighting freedom.

Patsy MacArthur exhibits her work all around the world, she has done personal and collective exhibitions in Scotland, China, Spain and USA. A well-known international artist, her work has also been published in various magazines like The Herald Magazine, The Sunday Herald and The Scotsman.
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  • Painting

  • Painting Everyday life

  • Drawing

  • Drawing Everyday life

  • Painting Oil

  • British Artist

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Patsy McArthur, The Chase, Drawing

Patsy McArthur

The Chase, 2015
22.8 x 45.7 x 1.6 inch


Patsy McArthur, The Shallows, Painting

Patsy McArthur

The Shallows, 2015
31.5 x 39.4 x 1.6 inch


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