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Welcome to the Art Gallery of Ann Thomas ATD

This website showcases watercolours, acrylics on canvas and pastels by the renowned Argyll based artist, Ann Thomas, who specialises in painting the Seascapes, Landscapes and Buildings of the West Coast of Scotland and Northern England. The majority of Ann's paintings are undertaken in situ giving a strong sense of place and atmosphere with particular emphasis on her Scottish surroundings.


Ann owned the 'Ann R Thomas' Gallery for 26 years until her 'semi-retirement' in 2000. She became exceptionally well known for her fine ink drawings of Scottish Wildlife and Architecture for which she is considered to be one of the finest artists in Scotland. Ann has undertaken a wide range of commissions for innumerable private collections; past customers include Blair Castle, Balmoral, Holyrood, The National Trust for Scotland, Scottish Natural Heritage, Glenlivet Distillery, Springbank Distillery and Johnstons of Elgin, to name but a few.

www.annthomas-paintings.co.uk    tel +44 (0) 1880820724




Exhibition at

'The Gigha Gallery'














Exhibition at

'The Galley Café and Chef Shop'














An excellent display of

Ann's Sea and Sailing paintings for sale

'The Galley Café and Chef Shop'

Harbour Street, Tarbert, Argyll

01880 820 090


A selection of Ann's work is also on exhibition

and available to purchase from:

Loch Fyne Gallery


Earra Gael(seasonal), Tarbert


Dales Angels, Settle, North Yorkshire


Fine art signed and mounted prints of the Yorkshire  Dales available for purchase through Where2Walk's online shop


Visitors are more than welcome to view my paintings by appointment. 10% discount for paintings

bought direct at the studio.


Out now: Sound of Gigha by Ed Tyler

Visual artists (Julia Love Griffiths and Ann Thomas) and a writer (Ed Tyler) have come together at talc. to create a coastal meditation on a tiny area of West Scotland's seaboard. Ed's son Peter Tyler created the layout for the book. They have used a variety of media including paintings and line drawings. The landscape is seen from various perspectives: personal, artistic, historical, archaeological, ecological, geological and mythological.





Also available: fine prints of the Campbeltown Lifeboat rounding the Mull of Kintyre

16" x 12", £70 incl. £20 to the RNLI, P&P.  



Commissions are welcome and may include a wide variety of subjects.

Ann's commissions include paintings of

The Royal Opera House in London, Long Preston School,

Private Yachts, Private residences and memorable landscapes.