Douglas, Williamson

  • “Polo Caricatures IV” Watercolour on paper, 11 x 14 inches, Signed
  • “Polo Caricatures III” Watercolour on paper, 11 x 14 inches, Signed
  • “Polo Caricatures II” Watercolour on paper, 11 x 14 inches, Signed
  • “Polo Caricatures I” Watercolour on paper, 11 x 14 inches, Signed
  • “Polo VI” MISSING from Chisholm Gallery, LLC
  • “Polo V” MISSING from Chisholm Gallery, LLC
  • “On the Ball” MISSING from Chisholm Gallery, LLC
  • “Polo III” MISSING from Chisholm Gallery, LLC
  • “Polo II” MISSING from Chisholm Gallery, LLC
  • “Polo I” MISSING from Chisholm Gallery, LLC
  • “Reclining Nude”
  • “Low Country” Oil on canvas, 12 x 16 inches, 15 x 19.5 inches, Signed lower left
  • “Polo” Oil on canvas, 30 x 40 inches, Signed
  • “Down the Field” Oil on canvas, 18 x 24 inches, Signed
  • “Chasing Down the Field” Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 inches, Signed
  • “Bridgehampton Polo” Embellished Artist Proof, 24 x 36 inches, Signed
  • “Sunset Polo” Oil on canvas, 20 x 30 inches, Signed
  • “Revlon vs. White Birch” Oil on canvas, 24 x 30 inches, Signed lower left
  • “Revlon on White Birch” Watercolour on paper, 20 x 24 inches, Signed lower left
  • “Nude II” Watercolour on paper, 15 x 11 inches, Signed
  • “Nude I” Watercolour on paper, 15 x 11 inches, Signed
  • “Changing Mounts” Watercolour on paper, 20 x 24 inches, Signed lower right
  • “Bridgehampton Polo” Oil on canvas, 24 x 36 inches, Signed | Iconic image having been on the cover of four Polo magazines in the early 1990s.

American, (1942-1998)

Williamson Douglas attended Andover Academy and the University of North Carolina. He began painting in 1977, learning from the master portrait painter Joe Bowler, and was also influenced by Charles Reid, Ned Jacob and Michael Karas.

Douglas was a member of The Chelsea Arts Club in London, England. His style is often referred to as “painterly,” artistically he was a lyric realist. His paintings, which not only include polo, but landscapes, figurative renderings, seascapes and portraits as well, are reminiscent of the painters celebrated at the turn of the century.

Links

Williamson Douglas’ Obituary | The Morning Line