John Glover

The Sun sets over Auld Reckie
61x76cms
The Sun sets over Auld Reckie
Evening Light over Loch Ken
46x56cms
Evening Light over Loch Ken
Across the Bay
66x76cms
Across the Bay
Across The Cree
56x66cms
Across The Cree
The Palazzo Dario Grand Canal Venice
91x76cms
The Palazzo Dario Grand Canal Venice
Night Reflections
61x76cms
Night Reflections
Along the Galloway Shore
61x67cm
Along the Galloway Shore
Malvern Hills
56x66cms
Malvern Hills
Warm Day, Norfolk Coast
56x66cms
Warm Day, Norfolk Coast
Fading Light
56x76cms
Fading Light
King's Parade, Cambridge
56x66cms
King's Parade, Cambridge
Down Winter's Track
66x77cms
Down Winter's Track

Born in Scotland in 1945, John studied at the Glasgow School of Art from 1963 – 1967 and at Jordanhill College of Further Education from 1967 – 1968. In 1992 he completed a BA Arts Degree with the Open University. Between 1970 and 1980, John worked as a freelance book illustrator in London for publishers Evans Brothers, Hamlyns, Oxford University Press and Macmillans.

From 1980 he concentrated on his love of portraiture and landscapes. He has exhibited at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, the Royal Society of Marine Artists, the Pastel Society, and the Royal Institute of Oil Painters. In 1982 he was a finalist in the Imperial Tobacco Portrait Award. John works in a wide range of mediums including oils, gouache, pastel, watercolour and pen and ink.

He has painted people from all walks of life, from grand official commissions to smaller more intimate portraits. Recent commissions include Sir Brian Heap, Master of St Edmunds College, Cambridge and Dr. John Barratt, Headmaster of The Leys School, Cambridge. In landscapes, his work ranges from the windswept Scottish beaches and hills and large East Anglian skies, to the glowing colours of France and the play of light on water and architecture in Venice. John teaches his own private day schools on portraiture, life-drawing and landscape painting. He also demonstrates regularly to art groups and Societies.

The Old Man of Storr, Isle of Skye
28" x 36"