Malcolm Ludvigsen

Joined Artfinder: Jan. 2014

Artworks for sale: 354

(44)

United Kingdom

About Malcolm Ludvigsen

 
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  • Biography

    Malcolm Ludvigsen is a plein-air oil painter: he paints outside, directly in front of the subject, both winter an summer. This gives his work life and vibrancy much lacking in studio painting.  It is said that one brushstroke in nature is worth twenty in the studio, and Malcolm's work is a good example of this.  He is best known for his Yorkshire seascapes and landscapes.  His work is in galleries and private collections throughout the world, particularly in the UK and the USA.  He is a winner of the Oldie, £5000, British Art Prize.

    When not painting, Malcolm is a professor of mathematics specialising in general relativity.


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    2014

    Oldie £5000 art prize

    International competition run by the Oldie magazine
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    Event: Yorkshire Landscapes

    Dates: July 1, 2014 - Dec. 31, 2014

    Venue: Devonshire Arms Hotel, Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire

    An ongoing show of my work in the restaurant of the Devonshire Arms Hotel at Boton Abbey in Yorkshire

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Awards

2014

Oldie £5000 art prize

International competition run by the Oldie magazine

There are no upcoming events

Show previous events Hide previous events

Previous events

Event: Yorkshire Landscapes

Dates: July 1, 2014 - Dec. 31, 2014

Venue: Devonshire Arms Hotel, Bolton Abbey, North Yorkshire

An ongoing show of my work in the restaurant of the Devonshire Arms Hotel at Boton Abbey in Yorkshire


 

Biography

Malcolm Ludvigsen is a plein-air oil painter: he paints outside, directly in front of the subject, both winter an summer. This gives his work life and vibrancy much lacking in studio painting.  It is said that one brushstroke in nature is worth twenty in the studio, and Malcolm's work is a good example of this.  He is best known for his Yorkshire seascapes and landscapes.  His work is in galleries and private collections throughout the world, particularly in the UK and the USA.  He is a winner of the Oldie, £5000, British Art Prize.

When not painting, Malcolm is a professor of mathematics specialising in general relativity.