Joseph Davie (b.1965) studied at Glasgow School of Art during the 1980's, when testosterone and figurative painting seemed to go hand in hand. Davie’s imagery has a subtle lyricism and a dreamlike ambiguity that makes the work compelling. He creates iconic images such as his black and white etchings inspired by Daniel Defoe’s ‘A Journal of the Plague Year’ 1722 and his new series of rather dapper swimmers, in which he has cleverly overlaid an original painting with a linocut print.
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