Nael Hanna at Fraser Gallery St Andrews

Nael Hanna, 'White Houses', oil on board
Nael Hanna, 'White Houses', oil on board
Fraser Gallery
53 South Street
St Andrews
KY16 9QR

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Nael Hanna is among the artists featured at Fraser Gallery in St Andrews in Fife. As a child, Iraqi-born Nael drew animals, birds and people, and graduated from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art in Dundee in Fine Art. After studying in Florence, he was awarded The Royal Scottish Academy John Kinross Scholarship, before returning to Dundee and the rural Angus countryside where he lives and works. He has won a number of awards and exhibited widely, including regular displays at the RGI, RSA, SSA and SSAC annual shows. His works are in major public and private collections worldwide, and he continues to be inspired by nature, and fascinated with Scotland’s landscape and coastlines.

Fraser Gallery first opened its doors in 1862 in Dundee by the current co-owner’s great-grandfather, making it one of Scotland’s oldest privately-owned galleries with a portfolio which includes some of the country’s most collectable contemporary artists such as Francis Boag, David Mackie Cook, Nael, David Mackie Cook and John Kingsley.

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