DAVID FULTON R.S.W. 1848 – 1930 Gathering Primroses Oil. David Fulton painted in oils and in watercolour, he painted landscapes, interiors and figure subjects. He was elected member RSW in 1890. He exhibited most of his work in Scotland, principally at the Royal Scottish Academy (72), the Glasgow Institute of Fine Arts (138), and the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolour (85). He also exhibited a few works in London at the Dudley Gallery, the Dowdeswell Galleryand the RA. and at the Walker Art Gallery Liverpool (17) and at the Manchester City Art Gallery (7). This study of a girl admiring a primrose must be one of his nicest paintings. Apart from his celebrated status as an artist, he was also an engraver. He is represented as the Edinburgh City Art Centre, The Glasgow Art Gallery/ Museum, the Belfast Ulster Museum and elsewhere in the United Kingdom.