Artist Andrew Tough

Tidal Breeze, Loch Sunart

Andrew Tough

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Media Acrylic
Type Landscape/Seascape Photorealistic
Price £1250.00 / $1547.63
Size 20 x 25 cm
Ref 26964

Summer Skies, Smirisary

Andrew Tough

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Media Acrylic
Type Landscape/Seascape Photorealistic
Price £1250.00 / $1547.63
Size 20 x 25 cm
Ref 26963

Amber Nectar

Andrew Tough

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Media Oil
Type Still Life/Flower
Price £650.00 / $804.77
Size 31 x 37 cm
Ref 27311

Golden Hour, Loch Lomond

Andrew Tough

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Media Oil
Type Landscape/Seascape Photorealistic
Price £3250.00 / $4023.83
Size 96 x 82 cm
Ref 25456

Kelvingrove, Lunar Glow, Glasgow

Andrew Tough

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Media Acrylic
Type Landscape/Seascape Photorealistic
Price £1850.00 / $2290.49
Size 69 x 37 cm
Ref 26453

Towards Glencoe

Andrew Tough

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Media Oil
Type Landscape/Seascape Photorealistic
Price £3500.00 / $4333.35
Size 101 x 85 cm
Ref 25453

Sunset, Singing Sands, Ardnamurchan

Andrew Tough

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Media Oil
Type Landscape/Seascape Photorealistic
Price £3500.00 / $4333.35
Size 86 x 95 cm
Ref 25451

Clydeside Reflections

Andrew Tough

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Media Oil
Type Landscape/Seascape Photorealistic
Price £950.00 / $1176.20
Size 46 x 40 cm
Ref 24238

Andrew Tough is photorealistic painter from Glasgow. His work features well-known feats of architecture in and around Glasgow, as well as the stunning coasts of the Scottish Highlands. We are delighted to offer free worldwide delivery on Tough’s paintings.

“Andrew Tough is a remarkable self-taught artist who achieves in breathing fresh life into photorealistic art.” Laura, Gallery Manager.

ScotlandArt’s clientele are captivated by Tough’s work and ability to create such impressive works of art in such an intricate style.

 

From The Artist

Born in Glasgow at the end of the Eighties Andrew Tough is an extremely sought-after artist. His photorealist studies of Glasgow are becoming key works in many private collections. After achieving a BA in Fine Art Andrew took to the medium of oil and now paints scenes close to his home. The City of Glasgow holds many famous landmarks and Andrew captures them with an intense realistic quality. His painting technique is entirely self-taught and often takes a great deal of time to complete. He enjoys the challenge of accentuating natural details and portraying the atmosphere of some of his favourite Scottish locations. He uses finite detailing and a fantastically unique perspective to achieve paintings that are taking the art world by storm.