Original Paintings and Fine Art Prints by John Gahagan

John Gahagan is a Scottish artist living and working in Glasgow, Scotland.

His inspiration comes largely from the natural beauty of the Scottish landscape and from architectural subjects at home and abroad.

Watercolour painting of Buchanan Street, Glasgow by John Gahagan

Glasgow Print Collection

Individual high quality giclée prints are now available to purchase, unframed, from the gallery below.
Each print is reproduced on A3 (297mm x 420mm) acid-free paper and signed by the artist.

ACRYLICS

Coastal & Pastoral

Paintings and sketches in acrylic and watercolour from the west coast of Scotland and other spectacular locations.

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Acrylic painting of Boats in Harbour by John Gahagan
Pen & INK

Urban Studies

Pen and watercolour studies of architecture and street scenes from home and abroad.

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Watercolour of Havana, Cuba by John Gahagan
About
John Gahagan

John Gahagan is a professional artist living and working in Scotland. He studied at Glasgow School of Art and specialises in architectural illustration and landscape painting. His pictures capture his love for urban architecture at home and abroad and coastal and pastoral scenes around Scotland.

A fine draughtsman and a former Fellow of the Society of Architectural Illustrators, John understands how to sympathetically capture the essential character of his subject, be it a simple dwelling, a busy metropolis or a tranquil harbour. His travels with his sketchbook have taken him on many an artistic sojourn; to such diverse locations as France, Spain, Germany, Russia, Ireland and the Americas.

He has exhibited successfully in the UK, Ireland, Germany and Russia and his work can be found in public and private collections in many parts of the world. In July 2015 he presented his third solo exhibition in Nuremberg, Germany and has other exhibitions planned.

Pen and Ink of Istanbul, Turkey by John Gahagan
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