Andrew Healey Hislop was a Scottish artist who was married to the artist Margaret. They travelled extensively in Sri Lanka (then Ceylon), Egypt and Canada. Throughout their career, the Hislops frequently exhibited still lifes at the Royal Scottish Academy. There were similarities in their styles and that of Anne Redpath who was a close friend and, for a time, neighbour when they both lived in the eastern end of Edinburgh''s Georgian New Town at London Street. Hislop however gravitated to a more vibrant use of colour whereas Redpath cultivated a flat, often chalky finish particularly in the best of her still lifes. Their work is to be found in a number of Scottish galleries and in the US and Australia.
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