Mutter (b.1978) is one of the leading forces in contemporary figurative Scottish Art.
His gritty, human condition studies (early 1900's) reflect on the history of our architecture (tenements), our industrial (shipbuilding) heritage and offer an insight into the labour and harshness
of the working environment, balanced by a feeling for the characters and sense of community.
For many of our customers who have a link through family to that period, they offer a powerful insight and reflection into an important period of Scottish social history and change.
Mutter cleverly uses an underpainting technique to reinforce his dramatic (monochromatic) effect - "the first marks are always the most powerful".
There is no doubt that Scottish Art History will look favourably on his contribution to our record the period.
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