View alphabetical lists of all artists who are either Scottish or whose works are associated with Scotland currently featured on the site.
Select the initial of the artist's name that you are looking for. Scroll down the list until you find the name, and select it for more information about the artist and his or her work.
Artists are organised by their most commonly-used names. This is usually but not always their surname.
Jacob More (Scottish, 1740 - 1793)
More initially worked as a painter of stage scenery for the New Theatre in Edinburgh before concentrating on landscape painting. He had trained with Robert Norie and Alexander Nasmyth, combining observation from nature with a strong sense of formal design. His views of the Clyde Falls established his artistic reputation in Edinburgh and London. In early 1771, he moved to London where his work attracted the attention of Sir Joshua Reynolds, President of the Royal Academy. More then travelled to Rome and decided to settle there. He enjoyed international acclaim as 'More of Rome', working with Allan Ramsay and painting classical landscapes.