(1885 - 1957)
John Maclaughlan Milne was active/lived in Scotland, France. John Milne is known for seaside, landscape, marine, still life, peasant genre paintings.
Biography John Milne
John Maclauchlan Milne (Maclaughlan Milne), RSA, 1885-1957
John Maclauchlan Milne was encouraged by his father - the Scottish landscape painter Joseph Milne. His father's influence is apparent in his early work, before his style was transformed by the Scottish Colourists and modern French painters, particularly Cézanne.
During the First World War Maclauchlan Milne left his home in Dundee to fight in France on the Western Front. France had a strong impression on the young artist. From 1919-1932 he spent long periods in France. Initially he stayed at rue des Quatre-Vents in Paris but by 1924 Milne was in Cassis with Peploe, Cadell and Duncan Grant. They also spent considerable time in San Tropez. Almost all his exhibits in the 1
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