Rupert Michael Lamond Muldoon BSc MA

Born 1981

Rupert studied at Bedales School 1994-2001, where he gained a scholarship to University College London to study architecture at the Bartlett 2001-2004.

At this time he attended the Slade where he took a specialist course in art conservation. The knowledge he gained on this course has had an important effect on his method of painting.

He prepares his boards with gesso and uses layers of fine glazes to achieve a ravishing luminous picture surface. Using a limited palette, rubbing through and scumbling allow him to capture ethereal effects of light in his work.

His landscapes are intensely romantic inspired by his deep sensibility to nature and the elements.

Over the last year he has produced an important body of work from his studio at Trafalgar Park, Wiltshire.

This work was successfully exhibited at Mallet in Bond Street at the end of 2011. Collectors of fine antique furniture and objets arts were eager to buy Muldoon’s work which is timeless and simply beautiful.