Charles Hodge Mackie
Early 20th century Scottish painter, Charles Hodge Mackie, was one of the first British Artists to meet French artist Paul Gauguin.
Mackie’s contact with Gauguin and artists from the Pont Aven school had a far-reaching effect on his use of colour and technique. His Venice period (1904-1914) focussed on the city around St Mark’s Square.
This display of oil paintings, watercolours and prints contains works from the museum’s permanent collection, including a selection of Mackie’s acclaimed Venetian paintings.