Fyffe Christie (1918-1979) was a well-known painter and art teacher. He was born in Bushey, Hertfordshire, and as a child he moved with his family to Glasgow at the age of twelve. After war service he studied at Glasgow School of Art, 1946-50, and began showing his work at the Royal Scottish Academy and the Glasgow Institute. During the 1950s he completed a large number of murals. In 1957 he moved to Blackheath in south-east London and continued teaching art and with his murals. Christie and his wife Eleanor held a joint show of their work at Woodlands Gallery (1979). After his death there were a number of shows including an exhibition at Wimpole Hall in Cambridgeshire, accompanied by a monograph titled 'Nature and Humanity, The Work of Fyffe Christie 1918-1979' which was published by Sansom & Company.

Fyffe Christie - Houses and Boat, Aldeburgh

Artist: Fyffe ChristieTitle: Houses and Boat, Aldeburgh   Description: An original work in mixed media on paper (inks, pastel and charcoal) of a beach scene at Aldeburgh in Suffolk. It is signed and dated Aug 1966 lower right and on the reverse the artist has signed it again ..

Fyffe Christie - Playing Games on Blackheath Common

Artist: Fyffe ChristieTitle: Playing Games on Blackheath Common   Description: An original work in mixed media on paper (pastel, watercolour and charcoal) of people enjoying their leisure time on Blackheath Common. The work is likely to date from the 1960s when the artist was..

Fyffe Christie - The Student (Glasgow)

Artist: Fyffe ChristieTitle: The Student (Glasgow)    Description: An unframed original drawing in charcoal on grey coloured paper of a female student from the Glasgow area. Although not dated this work will be from the period 1957 or earlier (that being the date th..