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CONTEMPORARY: James Mackinnon 

“James Mackinnon blends the meticulousness of the Dutch Old Masters with the exactness of contemporary hard-edged urban realism. His carefully observed and subtly coloured studies are peculiarly compelling”. (David Buckman, author: Artists in Britain since 1945)

James Mackinnon, the grandson of the highly regarded painter and teacher Hugh Mackinnon, was born in London, England in April 1968, his first exhibition was in 1994, where he collaborated with the photographer Tom Hunter who was awarded the John Kobal Portrait Award.

Since then he has been exhibiting with a number of museums and galleries including the Museum of London, the Paton Gallery, the Millinery Works Gallery and more recently Cosa.

Selected Group Exhibitions:
Art of Survival, Helen Bamber Foundation, 2009
London Art Fair, 2007 - 2009
Contemporary British Art, The Millinery Works Gallery, January 2005 - 2009
Hampstead Garden Suburb Summer Show, 2009, Odette Gilbert Gallery
On The Wall, Kensington Olympia, September 2004
British Watercolours, The Mall Galleries, March 2003
Architecture - Three Ways, Riverhouse Gallery, 2002
Creative Quarters, The Museum of London, 2001
Tower Blocks: Love them or Loathe them, The Museum of London, 1999
Summer Interlude, The Paton Gallery, August 1998
Art 98, The Business Design Centre, January 1998
London Fields East – The Ghetto December 1994, Sutton House, (In Association with photographer Tom Hunter)

Public Collections:
The Museum of London, London Now Gallery
The Hackney Museum, Permanent Collection, the Hackney Building Exploratory

The Dictionary of British Artists since 1945, David Buckman, Art Dictionaries 2006
Artists London: Holbein to Hurst, Merrel Publishers Ltd. 2001
Photographers London 1839 – 1994, Mike Seaborne, The Museum of London, 1995


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Oil on board, 2009, 45 x 30.2cm, signed.

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