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Alexander Mackenzie (1923-2002)

Biography of the painter Alexander Mackenzie (1923-2002)

Alexander Mackenzie (1923-2002) was born in Liverpool and attended the Liverpool College of Art between 1946-1950. His first move to Cornwall was in 1951.

In 1953, Mackenzie moved to Newlyn and Penzance where he taught at the art school until 1964. He was exhibiting at St Ives, Newlyn, London and New York at this time

For the next 20 years, he was head of the Department of Fine Art at the Plymouth College of Art and Design.

In 1984, he moved in retirement back to Penzance. His sculptural and sensuous style in architectural and geometric formats enhance the landscape and skylines he loved and studied.

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Lot FS18/329

Lot FS18/329: Alexander Mackenzie [1923-2002] - Untitled; Landscape

Alexander Mackenzie [1923-2002] - Untitled; landscape coloured lithograph signed in pencil dated '58 and numbered 27/30in the bottom margin image 29.5 x 48cm.

Estimate: £100 - £200
Realised: £850