Margot Sandeman

Margot Sandeman was a Scottish artist, who created vivid landscapes of the West Coast and interior still lifes influenced by the Arts and Crafts tradition.

Margot Sandeman (1922-2009) was born in Glasgow to artist parents Muriel Boyd the embroiderer and contemporary of Jessie Newbery, and Archibald Sandeman the self-trained watercolourist. She studied at Glasgow School of Art from 1939, alongside her long lasting friend and artist Joan Eardley and poet, gardener and sculptor Ian Hamilton Finlay, with whom she was to later collaborate on a series of published works by Wild Hawthorn Press.