Stephen Mangan was born in Edinburgh in 1964 and graduated with a BA Honors Degree from Duncan of Jordanstone Art College, Dundee in 1988. Since completing his post-graduate diploma in 1989, his work has been shown in numerous group and solo exhibitions throughout the UK and in New York, Hong Kong and Holland.
Mangan’s figurative work is particularly distinctive – it represents another time, another place and another world. Well known for his scenes of the race-course, the beach, the station, the fairground and now the theatre, Mangan’s work continually impresses and is already considered highly collectable.
BA (Hons) Drawing & Painting
Post-graduate Diploma in Drawing & Painting
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York; Midlothian NHS Trust, Edinburgh; Prudential Corporation, London; Watson Phillips, Dundee; Munich Reinsurance Company, London; Royal Scottish Academy (RSA) Edinburgh; Walter Scott Edinburgh: Watson Phillips, Dundee
Awards and Scholarships
Dalgetty-Dunn Award; Miller Homes Young Artist of the Year; Saltire Society Purchase Award, (RSA); John Murray Thomson Award, (RSA); the Guthrie Award, (RSA); City Sites Estates Art Award, Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts (RGI)