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John Wetten Brown studied architecture and specialised in Listed Building Restoration work, most notably on the restoration of several ruined Scottish Castles and Tower Houses. From restoring Scotland’s ancient monuments, he is now painting some of Scotland’s most interesting treasures. His subjects range from historic fishing villages like Crail and Pittenweem, to the landscapes of Skye, Mull and Sutherland with great sweeps of mountain, moorland, sky and sheep.

His style is bright, lively and perspectively challenged; ‘squinty’ is an apt description of this highly individual style.