Fergus Hall

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to navigation Jump to search

Fergus Hall is a Scottish artist, whose work has been exhibited, at among other venues, the Portal Gallery in London.

Early life[edit]

Hall is a native of Paisley in Scotland.


Hall is a painter, illustrator and high school teacher. He is best known for the original tarot that he created for James Bond film Live and Let Die.[1] His tarot deck, the James Bond "Tarot of the Witches" has been issued in several incarnations, with a guide book by tarot aficionado and author, Stuart Kaplan.[2]

Hall's paintings have been published on two LP sleeves for the group King Crimson, and these three paintings were bought by Robert Fripp from the Portal gallery during the mid-1970s.

During this time, while working on the film tarot, he was a teacher at St. Aelred's Junior High in Glenburn, Paisley; he later worked as an art teacher at Trinity High School, Renfrew and St. Cuthbert's High School, Johnstone.

In 1982 his children's book Groundsel was published by Jonathan Cape and won a prize for best picture book in Japan.[citation needed]

New works by Fergus Hall are available on www.fergushall.com [3]


  1. ^ Ozaniec, Naomi (2005). The Watkins Tarot Handbook, pg. 7; Sterling Publishing Company, Inc.; ISBN 1-84293-114-8
  2. ^ http://www.jamesbondlifestyle.com/product/tarot-witches-cards-fergus-hall
  3. ^ Fergus Hall 2016