Martin Aynscomb-Harris

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Martin Aynscomb-Harris (born 1937) is an English painter and printmaker.

Life and work[edit]

Aynscomb-Harris was born in Farnham, Surrey on 20 August 1937. He studied at Wimbledon College of Art 1956–1958 and then Hornsey College of Art 1958–1959. After teaching for five years, during which time he exhibited his work in many London galleries, he decided to become a professional artist.[1]

Aynscomb-Harris has been painting professionally now for some fifty years and his work is represented in both international institutions and private collections including: Oxfordshire Education Committee, The National Bank of Detroit, Marks & Spencer LTD, Holbourn Aeros, Cado Furniture, G Plan Furniture, Gatx Shipping, Metropolitan Water Board, Rank Leisure Hotels, British Airways, Chase Manhattan Bank amongst others.[1] He visits Scotland on a regular basis and is currently working on a whole series of Panoramic paintings covering major landmarks in Scotland and the UK.[2]

Aynscomb-Harris is a widely exhibited artist, having shown work in the U.K, France, The Netherlands, Canada, Germany, Italy and the U.S.A.



Woodstock Gallery, London; Weitzmann Gallery, London; Heal's Mansard Gallery, London; Liberty's, London; Ogilvy & Mather, London; Seen Gallery, London; Nicholas Martine Gallery, London; Kar Gallery of Fine Art, Canada; British Week Exhibition, California, U.S.A; The Forum Soho, New York, U.S.A.[1]


Royal Academy, London (1967);[3] Grafton Gallery, London; Phoenix Gallery, Lavenham; Francis Iles Gallery, Rochester; De Ligney Gallery, Fort Lauderdale, U.S.A; Gallerie Colbert, Canada, Gallerie Forlane, Paris; Hilton Gallery, London; Broadway Gallery, Broadway; Canaletto Gallery, London; Nicholas Treadwell Gallery, London.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d Who's Who in Art (Twenty-First Edition, Art Trade Press 1984)
  2. ^ Martin Aynscomb Harris | Scottish and UK artists, sculpture, pottery, jewellery and gifts
  3. ^ Royal Academy Exhibitors 1905-1970, Vol I (EP Publishing LTD, 1979)