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Ocean Mirror

They say that that life on the sea shapes many men’s lives beyond the ordinary, and that’s a theory that celebrated landscape artist, Duncan MacGregor could well empathise with as someone who’s days have never been pitched too far away from the coastline and the call of the watery wilds. Enthusiastically describing himself as an experienced and somewhat adventurous sailor, MacGregor illustrious circumnavigating of the seas has provided MacGregor the artist with all the tools required to paint vivid, enticing vistas depicting a coastline for all seasons. Born in 1961, MacGregor spent his youth as far away from the sea in the UK as is physically possible; being holed up in the Midlands. Despite being totally land-locked, MacGregor still made it his business to source the sea at every given opportunity in his younger days and has since gone on to successfully navigate the Atlantic Ocean over an 18 month period, whilst he’s also managed to plot coordinates around Britain’s ever diverse coastline. These days, and when he’s not planning or executing his next sea-based odyssey, MacGregor can be found with his family in a remote part of Norfolk, and not a million miles from the North Sea.

MacGregor’s Boy’s Own adventures on the crests of ocean waves have furnished the artist with a myriad of inspirational, nautical themes from which to plunder at the onset of creating each and every one of his hugely popular compositions, and has essentially contributed in seeing MacGregor installed as the unopposed maritime artist bar none in the eyes of art critics and lover alike. Dramatic skies, enigmatic reflections cast from the sun onto the breakers and waves that gather in its wake, plumes of magnanimous white sails, erected from vessels both large and small all combine to finalise gloriously exuberant visual narratives that portray a sublimely engaging sea and coastal life to all who look out onto it. Cool saturations and hues of blue, green and grey compliment one another with aplomb, and delivered with acrylic flourishes that afford each perspective and dimension with opulent degrees of texture and visible energies. MacGregor’s insistence on visually documenting what he knows understands and clearly loves shines through with an unparalleled radiance in his trademark works that are acutely reliant on the ebb and flow of coastal tides to paint such clearly defined snapshots of (parts of) lives spent at sea. MacGregor himself sums up his life artistic works to date by conferring; "I spend as much time as I can experiencing the power of the sea at close quarters. I am an experienced sailor and it is the ocean which inspires and moves me to capture the energy and joy of what I see and recreate it on canvas."

In recent times MacGregor has chosen to experiment more with his surface choice, rather than individual materials so as to generate different visual effects and foster a different dimension than previously offered through his collective studies. MacGregor has placed himself at the forefront of this movement and within his particular sea landscape-specific genre, and has explored the possibilities thrown up by the application of his tried and tested acrylics on such artistic interfaces as glass and aluminium. Impressed by the end results, MacGregor talks animatedly of the sharp and discerning relief that his compositions are brought into with the advent of glass and/or aluminium the preferred surface area, whilst conversely more vivid colourations are transformed into more muted versions of their former selves. The depiction of the sea is the most telling benefactor in the direct aftermath of this contemporary applicative procedure, with otherwise staid blues and greens reacting and interjecting with the silvers and greys beneath in a decidedly fluid and moving fashion, affording bodies of water a complete new characteristic.

MacGregor’s back catalogue of original works of art have, and still continue to feature prominently in galleries and exhibitions across the UK and further a field, whilst a large percentage of his compositions are housed in private collections.
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Landscape
Medium: Hand Embellished Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 33 x 22 inches

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Starlit Sails III a limited edition print by Duncan MacGregor 17.53% off this item.
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Starlit Sails III

The artist specifically concentrates on the effects that natural light sources play on colour whence they hit the canvas, whilst his particular favou
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Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 41 x 29 inches

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Sparkling Shores (On Aluminium)

Born in 1961, MacGregor spent his youth as far away from the sea in the UK as is physically possible; being holed up in the Midlands
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Medium: Mixed Media
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 25 x 22 inches

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Burnished Sea III a limited edition print by Duncan MacGregor 17.53% off this item.
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Burnished Sea III

The metallic sheen brings every nuance into sharp relief according to MacGregor, while otherwise radiant colours are converted into subtler, more mut
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Landscape
Medium: Giclee On Glass
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 35 x 23 inches

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Burnished Seas I

Born in 1961, MacGregor spent his youth as far away from the sea in the UK as is physically possible; being holed up in the Midlands
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WxH: 17 x 23 inches

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Starlit Sails II a limited edition print by Duncan MacGregor 15.05% off this item.
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Starlit Sails II

Be it the composing of evocative, stirring coastal spreads or the painted manifestation of an exhilarating stint at sea, battling the waves and makin
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Medium: Hand Embellished Canvas
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 22 x 19 inches

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White Sails (Triptych)

MacGregor himself sums up his life artistic works to date by conferring; "I spend as much time as I can experiencing the power of the sea at close qua
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Landscape
Medium: Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 34'' x 10'' inches

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Making Waves (Limited Edition Box Set) a limited edition print by Duncan MacGregor 15.12% off this item.
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Making Waves (Limited Edition Box Set)

MacGregor’s work is considered abstract should a label be required, with his typical acrylic-based compositions beholdant upon rich texturing and dep
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Edition Copies: 595 & free LE Print
WxH: 11 x 12 inches

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Sea Serenade II

MacGregor’s Boy’s Own adventures on the crests of ocean waves have furnished the artist with a myriad of inspirational, nautical themes from
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Landscape
Medium: Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 11 x 11 inches

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Breaking Waves II

Explaining in greater detail, MacGregor tells how standard-fit blues willingly react and interplay with the silvers and greys found beneath, to foste
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Medium: Hand Embellished Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 12 x 13 inches

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Breaking Waves I

I am an experienced sailor and it is the ocean which inspires and moves me to capture the energy and joy of what I see and recreate it on canvas
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Medium: Hand Embellished Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 12 x 13 inches

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Sparkling Seas I

Having finally putting down his roots with his own family in a remote part of Norfolk, MacGregor derives much if not all of his creative inspiration
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Medium: Hand Embellished Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 12 x 13 inches

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Midnight Sails II

MacGregor himself sums up his life artistic works to date by conferring; "I spend as much time as I can experiencing the power of the sea at close qua
Duncan MacGregor
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Landscape
Medium: Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 16 x 12 inches

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Midnight Sails I

The artist specifically concentrates on the effects that natural light sources play on colour whence they hit the canvas, whilst his particular favou
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Landscape
Medium: Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 16 x 12 inches

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Vibrant Seas II

MacGregor himself sums up his life artistic works to date by conferring; "I spend as much time as I can experiencing the power of the sea at close qua
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Medium: Hand Embellished Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 20 x 15 inches

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Vibrant Seas I

MacGregor’s exhibitions, while steadfastly dependant on the ebb and flow of coastal tides and the activities that ensue in and around this e
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Landscape
Medium: Hand Embellished Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 20 x 15 inches

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Shimmering Seas I

Born in 1961, MacGregor spent his youth as far away from the sea in the UK as is physically possible; being holed up in the Midlands
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Landscape
Medium: Giclee On Canvas
Edition Copies: 495
WxH: 305mm x 610mm

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Shimmering Seas II

He now spends part of the year back home in the Midlands, and the rest of the time in Scotland Born in 1961, Duncan grew up in the Midlands where he
Duncan MacGregor
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Landscape
Medium: Giclee On Canvas
Edition Copies: 495
WxH: 305mm x 610mm

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Sea Serenade III

They say that that life on the sea shapes many men’s lives beyond the ordinary, and that’s a theory that celebrated landscape artist, Duncan MacGregor could well empathise with as someone who’s days have never been pitched too far away from the coastline and the call of the watery wilds. Enthusiastically describing himself as an experienced and somewhat adventurous sailor, MacGregor illustrious circumnavigating of the seas has provided MacGregor the artist with all the tools required to paint vivid, enticing vistas depicting a coastline for all seasons. Born in 1961, MacGregor spent his youth as far away from the sea in the UK as is physically possible; being holed up in the Midlands. Despite being totally land-locked, MacGregor still made it his business to source the sea at every given opportunity in his younger days and has since gone on to successfully navigate the Atlantic Ocean over an 18 month period, whilst he’s also managed to plot coordinates around Britain’s ever diverse coastline. These days, and when he’s not planning or executing his next sea-based odyssey, MacGregor can be found with his family in a remote part of Norfolk, and not a million miles from the North Sea.

MacGregor’s Boy’s Own adventures on the crests of ocean waves have furnished the artist with a myriad of inspirational, nautical themes from which to plunder at the onset of creating each and every one of his hugely popular compositions, and has essentially contributed in seeing MacGregor installed as the unopposed maritime artist bar none in the eyes of art critics and lover alike. Dramatic skies, enigmatic reflections cast from the sun onto the breakers and waves that gather in its wake, plumes of magnanimous white sails, erected from vessels both large and small all combine to finalise gloriously exuberant visual narratives that portray a sublimely engaging sea and coastal life to all who look out onto it. Cool saturations and hues of blue, green and grey compliment one another with aplomb, and delivered with acrylic flourishes that afford each perspective and dimension with opulent degrees of texture and visible energies. MacGregor’s insistence on visually documenting what he knows understands and clearly loves shines through with an unparalleled radiance in his trademark works that are acutely reliant on the ebb and flow of coastal tides to paint such clearly defined snapshots of (parts of) lives spent at sea. MacGregor himself sums up his life artistic works to date by conferring; "I spend as much time as I can experiencing the power of the sea at close quarters. I am an experienced sailor and it is the ocean which inspires and moves me to capture the energy and joy of what I see and recreate it on canvas."

In recent times MacGregor has chosen to experiment more with his surface choice, rather than individual materials so as to generate different visual effects and foster a different dimension than previously offered through his collective studies. MacGregor has placed himself at the forefront of this movement and within his particular sea landscape-specific genre, and has explored the possibilities thrown up by the application of his tried and tested acrylics on such artistic interfaces as glass and aluminium. Impressed by the end results, MacGregor talks animatedly of the sharp and discerning relief that his compositions are brought into with the advent of glass and/or aluminium the preferred surface area, whilst conversely more vivid colourations are transformed into more muted versions of their former selves. The depiction of the sea is the most telling benefactor in the direct aftermath of this contemporary applicative procedure, with otherwise staid blues and greens reacting and interjecting with the silvers and greys beneath in a decidedly fluid and moving fashion, affording bodies of water a complete new characteristic.

MacGregor’s back catalogue of original works of art have, and still continue to feature prominently in galleries and exhibitions across the UK and further a field, whilst a large percentage of his compositions are housed in private collections.
Duncan MacGregor
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Landscape
Medium: Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 11 x 30.5 inches

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Colours Of Life I

The metallic sheen brings every nuance into sharp relief according to MacGregor, while otherwise radiant colours are converted into subtler, more mut
Duncan MacGregor
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Landscape
Medium: Hand Embellished Canvas
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 32 x 14 inches

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Wave Dance III

Born in 1961, MacGregor spent his youth as far away from the sea in the UK as is physically possible; being holed up in the Midlands
Duncan MacGregor
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Landscape
Medium: Hand Embellished Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 12'' x 28.5'' inches

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Moonlit Sails II

MacGregor elects to combine epic skies, enigmatic reflections and a host of distinctive white sails to produce what art lovers and critics alike agre
Duncan MacGregor
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Landscape
Medium: Giclee On Glass
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 23 x 33 inches

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Moonlit Sails I

They say that that life on the sea shapes many men’s lives beyond the ordinary, and that’s a theory that celebrated landscape artist, Duncan MacGregor could well empathise with as someone who’s days have never been pitched too far away from the coastline and the call of the watery wilds. Enthusiastically describing himself as an experienced and somewhat adventurous sailor, MacGregor illustrious circumnavigating of the seas has provided MacGregor the artist with all the tools required to paint vivid, enticing vistas depicting a coastline for all seasons. Born in 1961, MacGregor spent his youth as far away from the sea in the UK as is physically possible; being holed up in the Midlands. Despite being totally land-locked, MacGregor still made it his business to source the sea at every given opportunity in his younger days and has since gone on to successfully navigate the Atlantic Ocean over an 18 month period, whilst he’s also managed to plot coordinates around Britain’s ever diverse coastline. These days, and when he’s not planning or executing his next sea-based odyssey, MacGregor can be found with his family in a remote part of Norfolk, and not a million miles from the North Sea.

MacGregor’s Boy’s Own adventures on the crests of ocean waves have furnished the artist with a myriad of inspirational, nautical themes from which to plunder at the onset of creating each and every one of his hugely popular compositions, and has essentially contributed in seeing MacGregor installed as the unopposed maritime artist bar none in the eyes of art critics and lover alike. Dramatic skies, enigmatic reflections cast from the sun onto the breakers and waves that gather in its wake, plumes of magnanimous white sails, erected from vessels both large and small all combine to finalise gloriously exuberant visual narratives that portray a sublimely engaging sea and coastal life to all who look out onto it. Cool saturations and hues of blue, green and grey compliment one another with aplomb, and delivered with acrylic flourishes that afford each perspective and dimension with opulent degrees of texture and visible energies. MacGregor’s insistence on visually documenting what he knows understands and clearly loves shines through with an unparalleled radiance in his trademark works that are acutely reliant on the ebb and flow of coastal tides to paint such clearly defined snapshots of (parts of) lives spent at sea. MacGregor himself sums up his life artistic works to date by conferring; "I spend as much time as I can experiencing the power of the sea at close quarters. I am an experienced sailor and it is the ocean which inspires and moves me to capture the energy and joy of what I see and recreate it on canvas."

In recent times MacGregor has chosen to experiment more with his surface choice, rather than individual materials so as to generate different visual effects and foster a different dimension than previously offered through his collective studies. MacGregor has placed himself at the forefront of this movement and within his particular sea landscape-specific genre, and has explored the possibilities thrown up by the application of his tried and tested acrylics on such artistic interfaces as glass and aluminium. Impressed by the end results, MacGregor talks animatedly of the sharp and discerning relief that his compositions are brought into with the advent of glass and/or aluminium the preferred surface area, whilst conversely more vivid colourations are transformed into more muted versions of their former selves. The depiction of the sea is the most telling benefactor in the direct aftermath of this contemporary applicative procedure, with otherwise staid blues and greens reacting and interjecting with the silvers and greys beneath in a decidedly fluid and moving fashion, affording bodies of water a complete new characteristic.

MacGregor’s back catalogue of original works of art have, and still continue to feature prominently in galleries and exhibitions across the UK and further a field, whilst a large percentage of his compositions are housed in private collections.
Duncan MacGregor
bio / view all

Landscape
Medium: Giclee On Glass
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 23 x 33 inches

Framed
SOLD OUT

    

Midnight Sails III

He now spends part of the year back home in the Midlands, and the rest of the time in Scotland Born in 1961, Duncan grew up in the Midlands where he
Duncan MacGregor
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Landscape
Medium: Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 17 x 35 inches

Mounted
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Burnished Seas II

MacGregor’s back catalogue of original works of art have, and still continue to feature prominently in galleries and exhibitions across the
Duncan MacGregor
bio / view all

Landscape
Medium: Giclee On Glass
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 17 x 23 inches

Framed
SOLD OUT

    

Shimmering Seas III

Explaining in greater detail, MacGregor tells how standard-fit blues willingly react and interplay with the silvers and greys found beneath, to foste
Duncan MacGregor
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Landscape
Medium: Giclee On Canvas
Edition Copies: 495
WxH: 914mm x 457mm

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Wave Dance I

Cool saturations and hues of blue, green and grey compliment one another with aplomb, and delivered with acrylic flourishes that afford each perspecti
Duncan MacGregor
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Landscape
Medium: Hand Embellished Giclee
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 28.5 x 28.5 inches

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Sparkling Reflections II (Resin Finish)

Be it the composing of evocative, stirring coastal spreads or the painted manifestation of an exhilarating stint at sea, battling the waves and makin
Duncan MacGregor
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Landscape
Medium: Hand Embellished Canvas
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 18 x 18 inches

Framed
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Starlit Waters II (On Aluminium)

The depiction of the sea is the most telling benefactor in the direct aftermath of this contemporary applicative procedure, with otherwise staid blues
Duncan MacGregor
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Landscape
Medium: Mixed Media
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 20 x 20 inches

Framed
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Starlit Water I (On Aluminium)

But there’s very good reason for this subjectivity, that being not least the landscape artist’s background and the accumulative time that he himself
Duncan MacGregor
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Landscape
Medium: Mixed Media
Edition Copies: 195
WxH: 20 x 20 inches

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