EARL HAIG 1918–2009

‘Landscape with dog’
Oil on Canvas
62cm x 74cm
23″ x 28″

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George Douglas Haig, also known as Earl Haig, was born in London. In 1945-47 attended Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts, his teachers including William Johnstone and Claude Rogers; during the holidays studied with Paul Maze. From 1945 held a series of one man shows over several decades at the Scottish Gallery, Edinburgh, as well as showing widely elsewhere in Britain and on the continent, including Clarges Gallery and Gallery 10 in London. His work is in the collections of HM the Queen and other members of the royal family, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art and further public collections.