Fyffe Christie (1918-1979)

Three Figures
  • signed, inscribed and dated Oct 1978
  • gouache
  • 25 by 29 cm.; 9 ¾ by 11 ½ in.


Fyffe Christie (1918-1979)

A British figurative artist and mural painter. He served in the British Army during World War II as a bagpiper and stretcher bearer. He began painting during the war and attended the Glasgow School of Art from 1946 to 1951. After graduating, he began painting murals, including Christ Feeding the People (1950-1951) and various others in Glasgow, including one in the Glasgow University Union. Christie then moved to London, where he taught at various schools and continued painting.

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