William Gowe Ferguson

c. 1632-after 1695 Scotland/Still Life

 

Brief Biography-William Gowe Ferguson first painted in his homeland Scotland before going to Italy and France. In 1660, he lived in The Hague and worked in other Dutch cities, while learning from native still-life artists. He visited England where he painted mostly landscapes in Surrey. Ferguson died in London circa 1695. Some have attributed his still-lifes to Dutch artists such as Willem van Aelst and Jan Weenix. However, his landscapes are in the Italianate style.

 

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Still-
life

Still-life

With
Birds

Still-life with Birds

Dead
Game

Still-life with Dead Game

Still-life with
Game Birds

Still-life with Game Birds

Still-life with
Partridge

Still-life with Partridge and Songbirds

Still-life Trophy
Hunting

Still-life Trophy Hunting