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was born in 1913. Falconer established an early career as a furniture designer, one of a number of important commissions was the re-making of the bomb damaged rostrum at the auction house Christie’s.
Douglas Falconer initially painted as a pastime but soon became recognised for his quaint and his delightfully picturesque landscapes. He painted beautiful scenes from around the country, including the Lake District and lochs and mountains of Scotland.
Due to his popularity, Falconer exhibited at galleries across the country with a number of successful shows. His artwork is still in demand and admired by collectors today.