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Wood cutter, b. 1930 - d. 2018

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WOMAN PULLING ON JUMPER - 1996
      Jan. 10, 2024

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WOMAN PULLING ON JUMPER - 1996

      Est: £300 - £500

      WILLIE RODGER WOMAN PULLING ON JUMPER - 1996 Linocut, A/P, signed, dated, titled and editioned in ink to margin The Willie Rodger Art Trust 30cm x 17.5cm (11.75in x 7in)

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) FIGURE IN THE WIND - 1999
      Jan. 10, 2024

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) FIGURE IN THE WIND - 1999

      Est: £300 - £500

      WILLIE RODGER FIGURE IN THE WIND - 1999 Linocut, A/P, signed, titled, editioned and dated in ink to margin The Willie Rodger Art Trust the sheet 92.5cm x 62cm (36.5in x 24.5in)

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) THE ACTRESS - C.2000
      Jan. 10, 2024

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) THE ACTRESS - C.2000

      Est: £500 - £700

      WILLIE RODGER THE ACTRESS - C.2000 Signed lower right, signed and inscirbed with title verso, acrylic on canvas 100cm x 74cm (39.5in x 29in)

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WHAT WILL YOU HAVE - 1997
      Jan. 10, 2024

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WHAT WILL YOU HAVE - 1997

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      WILLIE RODGER WHAT WILL YOU HAVE - 1997 Signed lower right, oil on board 77cm x 76cm (30.25in x 26in)

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) TRAPRAIN LAW
      Jan. 10, 2024

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) TRAPRAIN LAW

      Est: £400 - £600

      WILLIE RODGER TRAPRAIN LAW Signed lower left, signed and inscribed with title stretcher verso, oil on canvas 51cm x 91cm (20in x 35.75in), unframed

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WATCHING MEN GO BY
      Aug. 09, 2023

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WATCHING MEN GO BY

      Est: £300 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WATCHING MEN GO BY Linocut, signed and inscribed lower centre (41.5cm x 22.5cm (16.25in x 8.75in)) Provenance: The Willie Rodger Art Trust

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) THE MODEL - 2000
      Aug. 09, 2023

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) THE MODEL - 2000

      Est: £300 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) THE MODEL - 2000 Linocut, A/P, signed, dated, titled and editioned in ink (31cm x 21.5cm (12.25in x 8.5in)) Provenance: The Willie Rodger Art Trust

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WOMAN PUTTING ON SWEATER - 1999
      Aug. 09, 2023

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WOMAN PUTTING ON SWEATER - 1999

      Est: £400 - £600

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WOMAN PUTTING ON SWEATER - 1999 Linocut, A/P, signed, dated, titled and editioned in ink (the sheet 92.5cm x 62cm (36.5in x 24.5in)) Provenance: The Willie Rodger Art Trust Exhibited: Royal Scottish Academy, Edinburgh, 'Festival Exhibition,' August 1999, cat. no. 89.

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) DANCE NUMBER - 2004
      Aug. 09, 2023

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) DANCE NUMBER - 2004

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) DANCE NUMBER - 2004 Signed and dated lower left, signed, titled and dated to canvas overlap, oil on canvas (75cm x 100cm (29.5in x 39.25in)) Provenance: The Willie Rodger Art Trust

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) ALPHA & OMEGA - 2000-2005
      Aug. 09, 2023

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) ALPHA & OMEGA - 2000-2005

      Est: £500 - £700

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) ALPHA & OMEGA - 2000-2005 Signed lower left, signed, titled and dated to canvas overlap, oil on canvas (75cm x 100cm (29.5in x 39.25in)) Provenance: The Willie Rodger Art Trust

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) SUR LA PAGE
      Aug. 09, 2023

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) SUR LA PAGE

      Est: £400 - £600

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) SUR LA PAGE Oil on board (69.5cm x 100cm (27.25in x 39.5in)) Provenance: The Willie Rodger Art Trust Note: This work dates to c.1968

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) AUTUMN HEDGE - 2008
      Aug. 09, 2023

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) AUTUMN HEDGE - 2008

      Est: £400 - £600

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) AUTUMN HEDGE - 2008 Signed and dated lower left, signed, titled and dated to canvas overlap, oil on canvas (59cm x 89cm (23.25in x 35in)) Provenance: The Willie Rodger Art Trust

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) HEADER
      Jun. 28, 2023

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) HEADER

      Est: £400 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) HEADER Linocut, 8/25, signed, titled and numbered in ink, and four other linocuts by the same artist; 'Up the Pack,' Linocut, 12/50, signed, titled and numbered in ink; 'Spot Kick,' Linocut, 48/50, signed, titled and numbered in ink; 'Penalty Taker,' Linocut, 4/25, signed, titled and numbered in ink; 'Scored,' Linocut, 16/50, signed, titled and numbered in ink (18.5cm x 15cm (7.25in x 6in); 11.5cm x 11.5cm (4.5in x 4.5in); 8.5cm x 8cm (3.5in x 3in); 19.5cm x 10cm (7.75in x 4in); 10.5cm x 9.5cm (4.25in x 4.75in), unframed) Qty: (5) Provenance: The Willie Rodger Art Trust

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) TIDY ME UP
      Jun. 28, 2023

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) TIDY ME UP

      Est: £400 - £600

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) TIDY ME UP Linocut on brown handmade paper, signed in ink, and four further linocuts by the same artist; 'One for the Rook, One for the Crow, One to Die - and One to Grow,' Linocut on green paper, signed in ink, 'Odd One Out - 90,' Linocut on wood-effect paper, 30/30, signed, dated, titled and numbered in ink, 'More Logs,' Linocut on brown paper, signed and titled in ink, 'The Kiss of the Sun for Pardon . . . ,' Linocut on hand-made paper, signed ink (16.5cm x 12.5cm (6.5in x 5in); 12cm x 10cm (4.75in x 4in); 9cm x 11cm (3.5in x 4.25in); 15cm x 17.5cm (6in x 6.75in), 27.5cm x 8.5cm (10.75in x 3.5in), unframed) Qty: (5) Provenance: The Willie Rodger Art Trust

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) SCOTLAND
      Jun. 28, 2023

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) SCOTLAND

      Est: £300 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) SCOTLAND Linocut, signed in ink, and three further linocuts by the same artist; 'Training,' Linocut, 4/25, signed, titled and numbered in ink; 'Wall,' Linocut, 3/50, signed, titled and numbered in ink; 'After the Game,' 13/25, signed, titled and numbered in ink (11.5cm x 12.5cm (4.5in x 5in); 17.5cm x 9.5cm (6.75in x 3.75in); 12cm x 7cm (4.75in x 2.75in); 18.5cm x 11.5cm (7.25in x 4.5in), unframed) Qty: (4) Provenance: The Willie Rodger Art Trust

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) THE JOKERS: ADAM SMITH AND JOHN KNOX - 1975
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) THE JOKERS: ADAM SMITH AND JOHN KNOX - 1975

      Est: £300 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) THE JOKERS: ADAM SMITH AND JOHN KNOX - 1975 Screenprints, 3/100, each signed, dated, titled and numbered in ink (image size 22cm x 16cm (8.75in x 6.25in), each) Qty: (2) Note: Scottish printmaker Willie Rodger designed the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards in 1974 for Angus Ogilvy of the Stirling Gallery. The original designs were cut in lino, his favoured printmaking medium, before bring printed as screenprints in an edition of 100 in 1975. The full set comprises 12 portraits depicting important figures in Scottish history, with two jokers: John Knox and Adam Smith.

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'JAMES VI OF SCOTLAND' AND 'CUMBERLAND' - 1975
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'JAMES VI OF SCOTLAND' AND 'CUMBERLAND' - 1975

      Est: £300 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'JAMES VI OF SCOTLAND' AND 'CUMBERLAND' - 1975 Screenprints, 3/100, signed, dated, titled and numbered in ink (image size 29cm x 18cm (11.5in x 7in), each) Qty: (2) Note: Scottish printmaker Willie Rodger designed the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards in 1974 for Angus Ogilvy of the Stirling Gallery. The original designs were cut in lino, his favoured printmaking medium, before bring printed as screenprints in an edition of 100 in 1975. The full set comprises 12 portraits depicting important figures in Scottish history, with two jokers: John Knox and Adam Smith.

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'KING WILLIAM OF ORANGE' AND 'MARY, WIFE OF WM. OF ORANGE' - 1975
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'KING WILLIAM OF ORANGE' AND 'MARY, WIFE OF WM. OF ORANGE' - 1975

      Est: £300 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'KING WILLIAM OF ORANGE' AND 'MARY, WIFE OF WM. OF ORANGE' - 1975 Screenprints, 3/100, signed, dated, titled and numbered in ink (image size 29cm x 18cm (11.5in x 7in), each) Qty: (2) Note: Scottish printmaker Willie Rodger designed the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards in 1974 for Angus Ogilvy of the Stirling Gallery. The original designs were cut in lino, his favoured printmaking medium, before bring printed as screenprints in an edition of 100 in 1975. The full set comprises 12 portraits depicting important figures in Scottish history, with two jokers: John Knox and Adam Smith.

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'MALCOLM CANMORE' AND 'ALEXANDER II' - 1975
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'MALCOLM CANMORE' AND 'ALEXANDER II' - 1975

      Est: £300 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'MALCOLM CANMORE' AND 'ALEXANDER II' - 1975 Screenprints, 3/100, signed, dated, titled and numbered in ink (image size 29cm x 18cm (11.5in x 7in), each) Qty: (2) Note: Scottish printmaker Willie Rodger designed the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards in 1974 for Angus Ogilvy of the Stirling Gallery. The original designs were cut in lino, his favoured printmaking medium, before bring printed as screenprints in an edition of 100 in 1975. The full set comprises 12 portraits depicting important figures in Scottish history, with two jokers: John Knox and Adam Smith.

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'ROBERT THE BRUCE' AND 'MAID OF NORWAY' - 1975
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'ROBERT THE BRUCE' AND 'MAID OF NORWAY' - 1975

      Est: £300 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'ROBERT THE BRUCE' AND 'MAID OF NORWAY' - 1975 Screenprints, 3/100, signed, dated, titled and numbered in ink (image size 29cm x 18cm (11.5in x 7in), each ) Qty: (2) Note: Scottish printmaker Willie Rodger designed the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards in 1974 for Angus Ogilvy of the Stirling Gallery. The original designs were cut in lino, his favoured printmaking medium, before bring printed as screenprints in an edition of 100 in 1975. The full set comprises 12 portraits depicting important figures in Scottish history, with two jokers: John Knox and Adam Smith.

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'LADY MACBETH' AND 'MACBETH' - 1975
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'LADY MACBETH' AND 'MACBETH' - 1975

      Est: £300 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'LADY MACBETH' AND 'MACBETH' - 1975 Screenprints, 3/100, signed, dated, titled and numbered in ink (image size 29cm x 18cm (11.5in x 7in), each) Qty: (2) Note: Scottish printmaker Willie Rodger designed the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards in 1974 for Angus Ogilvy of the Stirling Gallery. The original designs were cut in lino, his favoured printmaking medium, before bring printed as screenprints in an edition of 100 in 1975. The full set comprises 12 portraits depicting important figures in Scottish history, with two jokers: John Knox and Adam Smith.

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS' AND 'BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE' - 1975
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS' AND 'BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE' - 1975

      Est: £300 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'MARY, QUEEN OF SCOTS' AND 'BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE' - 1975 Screenprints, 3/100, signed, dated, titled and numered in ink (image size 29cm x 18cm (11.5in x 7in), each) Qty: (2) Note: Scottish printmaker Willie Rodger designed the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards in 1974 for Angus Ogilvy of the Stirling Gallery. The original designs were cut in lino, his favoured printmaking medium, before bring printed as screenprints in an edition of 100 in 1975. The full set comprises 12 portraits depicting important figures in Scottish history, with two jokers: John Knox and Adam Smith.

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'THE ROUND HILL' - COLDINGHAM SANDS, BERWICKSHIRE - 1973
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'THE ROUND HILL' - COLDINGHAM SANDS, BERWICKSHIRE - 1973

      Est: £400 - £600

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) 'THE ROUND HILL' - COLDINGHAM SANDS, BERWICKSHIRE - 1973 Woodcut and linocut, 2/25, signed, dated, titled and numbered in pencil (60cm x 105cm (23.5in x 41.25in)) Provenance: Willie Rodger Art Trust Note: Willie Rodger studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1948-52 and was a school art teacher until 1987 when he resigned to concentrate on his career as an artist. Rodger worked in a variety of media in a career which saw him design 11 stained glass windows (working collaboratively with John K. Clark), a Scottish Post Office Aerogramme, a set of postage stamps for Scottish Devolution, the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards (for the late Angus Ogilvy of The Stirling Gallery), book jackets and record sleeves, letterheads, logos and alphabets. A gifted draughtsman, his drawing ability was already recognised whilst a student, and he always had a small sketchbook and a pen to hand. Having been dissuaded from painting whilst at Art School, he took it up several decades later after the late Angus McAuley of the Stenton Gallery prompted him to try his hand, and offered him a solo exhibition by way of encouragement. It was as a relief printmaker, working mostly in lino and wood, that Rodger established himself. His status as one of Scotland’s pre-eminent printmakers was recognised by his peers in 1989 when he became the first person elected an Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy in the category of Printmaker. The works included here show his humour and range across a variety of techniques from paint to print and collage.

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) IN MY FATHER'S HOUSE, 2000
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) IN MY FATHER'S HOUSE, 2000

      Est: £500 - £700

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) IN MY FATHER'S HOUSE, 2000 Signed and inscribed with title and dated lower right, collaged linocut printed elements on a white ground (136cm x 100cm (53.5in x 39.5in)) Exhibited: Royal Scottish Academy Festival Exhibition, 2000 Note: Willie Rodger studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1948-52 and was a school art teacher until 1987 when he resigned to concentrate on his career as an artist. Rodger worked in a variety of media in a career which saw him design 11 stained glass windows (working collaboratively with John K. Clark), a Scottish Post Office Aerogramme, a set of postage stamps for Scottish Devolution, the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards (for the late Angus Ogilvy of The Stirling Gallery), book jackets and record sleeves, letterheads, logos and alphabets. A gifted draughtsman, his drawing ability was already recognised whilst a student, and he always had a small sketchbook and a pen to hand. Having been dissuaded from painting whilst at Art School, he took it up several decades later after the late Angus McAuley of the Stenton Gallery prompted him to try his hand, and offered him a solo exhibition by way of encouragement. It was as a relief printmaker, working mostly in lino and wood, that Rodger established himself. His status as one of Scotland’s pre-eminent printmakers was recognised by his peers in 1989 when he became the first person elected an Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy in the category of Printmaker. The works included here show his humour and range across a variety of techniques from paint to print and collage.

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WOOD SCRAPS - 1981
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WOOD SCRAPS - 1981

      Est: £500 - £700

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WOOD SCRAPS - 1981 Signed lower right and titled lower left, collage with printed elements (101cm x 75.5cm (39.75in x 29.75in)) Provenance: Willie Rodger Art Trust Note: Willie Rodger studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1948-52 and was a school art teacher until 1987 when he resigned to concentrate on his career as an artist. Rodger worked in a variety of media in a career which saw him design 11 stained glass windows (working collaboratively with John K. Clark), a Scottish Post Office Aerogramme, a set of postage stamps for Scottish Devolution, the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards (for the late Angus Ogilvy of The Stirling Gallery), book jackets and record sleeves, letterheads, logos and alphabets. A gifted draughtsman, his drawing ability was already recognised whilst a student, and he always had a small sketchbook and a pen to hand. Having been dissuaded from painting whilst at Art School, he took it up several decades later after the late Angus McAuley of the Stenton Gallery prompted him to try his hand, and offered him a solo exhibition by way of encouragement. It was as a relief printmaker, working mostly in lino and wood, that Rodger established himself. His status as one of Scotland’s pre-eminent printmakers was recognised by his peers in 1989 when he became the first person elected an Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy in the category of Printmaker. The works included here show his humour and range across a variety of techniques from paint to print and collage.

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) COLDINGHAM, 1984
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) COLDINGHAM, 1984

      Est: £400 - £600

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) COLDINGHAM, 1984 Signed lower left, signed and dated stretcher verso, oil on canvas (76cm x 76cm (30in x 30in)) Note: Willie Rodger studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1948-52 and was a school art teacher until 1987 when he resigned to concentrate on his career as an artist. Rodger worked in a variety of media in a career which saw him design 11 stained glass windows (working collaboratively with John K. Clark), a Scottish Post Office Aerogramme, a set of postage stamps for Scottish Devolution, the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards (for the late Angus Ogilvy of The Stirling Gallery), book jackets and record sleeves, letterheads, logos and alphabets. A gifted draughtsman, his drawing ability was already recognised whilst a student, and he always had a small sketchbook and a pen to hand. Having been dissuaded from painting whilst at Art School, he took it up several decades later after the late Angus McAuley of the Stenton Gallery prompted him to try his hand, and offered him a solo exhibition by way of encouragement. It was as a relief printmaker, working mostly in lino and wood, that Rodger established himself. His status as one of Scotland’s pre-eminent printmakers was recognised by his peers in 1989 when he became the first person elected an Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy in the category of Printmaker. The works included here show his humour and range across a variety of techniques from paint to print and collage.

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) GOOD MORNING, MISS TRAVERS, 1993
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) GOOD MORNING, MISS TRAVERS, 1993

      Est: £400 - £600

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) GOOD MORNING, MISS TRAVERS, 1993 Signed and dated lower left, oil on canvas (51cm x 51cm (20in x 20in)) Note: Willie Rodger studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1948-52 and was a school art teacher until 1987 when he resigned to concentrate on his career as an artist. Rodger worked in a variety of media in a career which saw him design 11 stained glass windows (working collaboratively with John K. Clark), a Scottish Post Office Aerogramme, a set of postage stamps for Scottish Devolution, the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards (for the late Angus Ogilvy of The Stirling Gallery), book jackets and record sleeves, letterheads, logos and alphabets. A gifted draughtsman, his drawing ability was already recognised whilst a student, and he always had a small sketchbook and a pen to hand. Having been dissuaded from painting whilst at Art School, he took it up several decades later after the late Angus McAuley of the Stenton Gallery prompted him to try his hand, and offered him a solo exhibition by way of encouragement. It was as a relief printmaker, working mostly in lino and wood, that Rodger established himself. His status as one of Scotland’s pre-eminent printmakers was recognised by his peers in 1989 when he became the first person elected an Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy in the category of Printmaker. The works included here show his humour and range across a variety of techniques from paint to print and collage.

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    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) THE FLEA SHALL NOT DINE AGAIN, 2004
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) THE FLEA SHALL NOT DINE AGAIN, 2004

      Est: £500 - £700

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) THE FLEA SHALL NOT DINE AGAIN, 2004 Signed and dated lower left, signed and inscribed and dated stretcher verso, oil on canvas (100cm x 74cm (39.25in x 2n)) Exhibited: Royal Scottish Academy Annual Exhibition, 2014 Note: Willie Rodger studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1948-52 and was a school art teacher until 1987 when he resigned to concentrate on his career as an artist. Rodger worked in a variety of media in a career which saw him design 11 stained glass windows (working collaboratively with John K. Clark), a Scottish Post Office Aerogramme, a set of postage stamps for Scottish Devolution, the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards (for the late Angus Ogilvy of The Stirling Gallery), book jackets and record sleeves, letterheads, logos and alphabets. A gifted draughtsman, his drawing ability was already recognised whilst a student, and he always had a small sketchbook and a pen to hand. Having been dissuaded from painting whilst at Art School, he took it up several decades later after the late Angus McAuley of the Stenton Gallery prompted him to try his hand, and offered him a solo exhibition by way of encouragement. It was as a relief printmaker, working mostly in lino and wood, that Rodger established himself. His status as one of Scotland’s pre-eminent printmakers was recognised by his peers in 1989 when he became the first person elected an Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy in the category of Printmaker. The works included here show his humour and range across a variety of techniques from paint to print and collage.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) BATHSHEBA, 1998
      Aug. 10, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) BATHSHEBA, 1998

      Est: £600 - £800

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I., DUniv (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) BATHSHEBA, 1998 Signed and dated lower right, inscribed with title stretcher verso, oil on canvas (76.5cm x 102cm (30in x 40in)) Exhibited: Royal Scottish Academy Annual Exhibition, 2012; Note: Willie Rodger studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1948-52 and was a school art teacher until 1987 when he resigned to concentrate on his career as an artist. Rodger worked in a variety of media in a career which saw him design 11 stained glass windows (working collaboratively with John K. Clark), a Scottish Post Office Aerogramme, a set of postage stamps for Scottish Devolution, the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards (for the late Angus Ogilvy of The Stirling Gallery), book jackets and record sleeves, letterheads, logos and alphabets. A gifted draughtsman, his drawing ability was already recognised whilst a student, and he always had a small sketchbook and a pen to hand. Having been dissuaded from painting whilst at Art School, he took it up several decades later after the late Angus McAuley of the Stenton Gallery prompted him to try his hand, and offered him a solo exhibition by way of encouragement. It was as a relief printmaker, working mostly in lino and wood, that Rodger established himself. His status as one of Scotland’s pre-eminent printmakers was recognised by his peers in 1989 when he became the first person elected an Associate of the Royal Scottish Academy in the category of Printmaker. The works included here show his humour and range across a variety of techniques from paint to print and collage.

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A., R.G.I. (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE - 1975
      Apr. 06, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A., R.G.I. (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE - 1975

      Est: £300 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A., R.G.I. (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) BONNIE PRINCE CHARLIE - 1975 Screenprint, 41/100, signed, dated, titled and numbered in ink to margin; and another 'Balmoral Gathering - 1984,' Linocut on woodgrain paper, 6/10, signed, dated, titled and numbered in ink to margin (29cm x 18cm (11.5in x 7in) and 15cm x 26.5cm (6in x 10.5in))

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A., R.G.I. (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS - 1975
      Apr. 06, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A., R.G.I. (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS - 1975

      Est: £300 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A., R.G.I. (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) MARY QUEEN OF SCOTS - 1975 Screenprint, 61/100, signed, dated, titled and numbered in ink to margin; and another 'Lady Macbeth - 1975,' Screenprint, 45/100, signed, dated, titled and numbered in ink to margin (image size 29cm x 18cm (11.5in x 7in), each) Qty: (2) Footnote: Note: Scottish printmaker Willie Rodger designed the award-winning Scottish Historical Playing Cards in 1974 for Angus Ogilvy of the Stirling Gallery. The original designs were cut in lino, his favoured printmaking medium, before bring printed as screenprints in an edition of 100 in 1975. The full set comprises 12 portraits depicting important figures in Scottish history, with two jokers: John Knox and Adam Smith

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A., R.G.I (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WATCHERS, 1998
      Jan. 19, 2022

      § WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A., R.G.I (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WATCHERS, 1998

      Est: £600 - £800

      § WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A., R.G.I (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) WATCHERS, 1998 Signed and dated to column base lower left, oil on canvas (75cm x 100cm (29.5in x 39.5in)) Footnote: Exhibited: The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A., R.G.I (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) ADAM & EVE
      Aug. 11, 2021

      § WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A., R.G.I (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) ADAM & EVE

      Est: £300 - £500

      § WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A., R.G.I (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) ADAM & EVE Signed lower left and board verso, oil on board (18cm x 17cm (7in x 6.25in)) Footnote: Exhibited: The Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § Willie Rodger A.R.S.A., R.G.I (Scottish 1930-2018) Boat Repairs, St Abbs
      Jan. 15, 2020

      § Willie Rodger A.R.S.A., R.G.I (Scottish 1930-2018) Boat Repairs, St Abbs

      Est: £300 - £500

      Signed with initials and indistinctly dated '?3, artist's label verso, charcoal on cream paper (Dimensions: 30.5cm x 26cm (12in x 10.25in))

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § Willie Rodger A.R.S.A., R.G.I (Scottish 1930-2018) Low Tide, Eyemouth
      Jan. 15, 2020

      § Willie Rodger A.R.S.A., R.G.I (Scottish 1930-2018) Low Tide, Eyemouth

      Est: £400 - £600

      Signed and dated '88, charcoal (Dimensions: 53cm x 72cm (22.75in x 28.25in))

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • [§] WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I. (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) HARBOUR WALL 50cm x 50cm (19.75in x 19.75in)
      Aug. 15, 2019

      [§] WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I. (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) HARBOUR WALL 50cm x 50cm (19.75in x 19.75in)

      Est: £150 - £250

      [§] WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I. (SCOTTISH 1930-2018) HARBOUR WALL Signed and inscribed with title and dated '74 in pencil to margin, A/P, woodcut 50cm x 50cm (19.75in x 19.75in)

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • Willie Rodger (1930- ) British. "Brighton, November", Lithograph, Signed, Inscribed 'Brighton, November, A/P' in Pencil, 29.5" x 21.25".
      Dec. 20, 2017

      Willie Rodger (1930- ) British. "Brighton, November", Lithograph, Signed, Inscribed 'Brighton, November, A/P' in Pencil, 29.5" x 21.25".

      Est: £30 - £50

      Willie Rodger (1930- ) British. "Brighton, November", Lithograph, Signed, Inscribed 'Brighton, November, A/P' in Pencil, 29.5" x 21.25".

      John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
    • Willie Rodger 1930: Woodcut print "Paper Making 1" limited edition 11/30, s
      Nov. 11, 2017

      Willie Rodger 1930: Woodcut print "Paper Making 1" limited edition 11/30, s

      Est: £100 - £150

      Willie Rodger 1930: Woodcut print "Paper Making 1" limited edition 11/30, signed lower right and titled lower left. Framed and glazed 20ins. x 21½ins. - a pair.

      Henry Aldridge & Son Ltd
    • Willie Rodger (b.1930-) woodcut print 15/20 "Doocot" signed & dated '85
      Sep. 29, 2017

      Willie Rodger (b.1930-) woodcut print 15/20 "Doocot" signed & dated '85

      Est: -

      Willie Rodger (b.1930-) woodcut print 15/20 "Doocot" signed & dated '85

      The Auction House of Bridport
    • [§] WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A. (SCOTTISH B.1930) WATCHERS 74cm x 98cm (29in x 38.5in)
      Mar. 15, 2017

      [§] WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A. (SCOTTISH B.1930) WATCHERS 74cm x 98cm (29in x 38.5in)

      Est: £600 - £800

      [§] WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A. (SCOTTISH B.1930) WATCHERS Oil on canvas 74cm x 98cm (29in x 38.5in)

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I. (B. 1930) GILMOURS WHITECROSS WATCHES THE SPINSTERS GO BY 42.5cm x 55cm (16.75 in x 21.5 in)
      Aug. 27, 2013

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I. (B. 1930) GILMOURS WHITECROSS WATCHES THE SPINSTERS GO BY 42.5cm x 55cm (16.75 in x 21.5 in)

      Est: £150 - £250

      § WILLIE RODGER R.S.A., R.G.I. (B. 1930) GILMOURS WHITECROSS WATCHES THE SPINSTERS GO BY signed and dated '77, pencil and ink 42.5cm x 55cm (16.75 in x 21.5 in)

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • * WILLIE RODGER The Red House Limited edition
      Jan. 27, 2011

      * WILLIE RODGER The Red House Limited edition

      Est: £100 - £200

      * WILLIE RODGER The Red House Limited edition print, signed and numbered Framed 75 x 51cm

      McTear's
    • Willie Rodger ARSA (British, 1930) A collection of linocuts Together with a related book.
      Jan. 20, 2011

      Willie Rodger ARSA (British, 1930) A collection of linocuts Together with a related book.

      Est: £300 - £400

      A collection of linocuts Together with a related book. (20)

      Bonhams
    • Willie Rodger ARSA (1930-) Glasgow Fish Market
      Jun. 05, 2010

      Willie Rodger ARSA (1930-) Glasgow Fish Market

      Est: £150 - £200

      Willie Rodger ARSA (1930-) Glasgow Fish Market Signed linocut, 62cm x 88cm

      Shapes Auctioneers & Valuers
    • § WILLIE RODGER (SCOTTISH B.1930) NIGHT OUT 56cm x 76cm (22in x 30in)
      Apr. 28, 2010

      § WILLIE RODGER (SCOTTISH B.1930) NIGHT OUT 56cm x 76cm (22in x 30in)

      Est: £400 - £600

      § WILLIE RODGER (SCOTTISH B.1930) NIGHT OUT Signed and dated '95, conté 56cm x 76cm (22in x 30in)

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A (20TH CENTURY SCOTTISH) DAILY EXERCISE 16cm x 11cm (6.25in x 4.25in)
      Oct. 15, 2009

      WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A (20TH CENTURY SCOTTISH) DAILY EXERCISE 16cm x 11cm (6.25in x 4.25in)

      Est: £150 - £200

      WILLIE RODGER A.R.S.A (20TH CENTURY SCOTTISH) DAILY EXERCISE Signed, oil on board 16cm x 11cm (6.25in x 4.25in)

      Lyon & Turnbull
    • Willie Rodger ARSA (British, 1930) 'Waiting'
      Apr. 23, 2009

      Willie Rodger ARSA (British, 1930) 'Waiting'

      Est: £150 - £250

      'Waiting' signed and dated '95, oil on board, 17 x 12cm (6 11/16 x 4 3/4in).

      Bonhams
    • Willie Rodger (b1930) James II of Scotland 4/100
      Oct. 04, 2008

      Willie Rodger (b1930) James II of Scotland 4/100

      Est: £60 - £100

      Willie Rodger (b1930) James II of Scotland 4/100 King William of Orange 4/100, screenprint Stephen French Portrait of Old Kate, oil on canvas and Frances Pollok-Morris, The Weir, Comrie, watercolour (4)

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