Neil Douglas is an established artist whose style of painting of urban landscapes relates closely to graphic design. He studied fine art at Wolverhampton University and, since graduating, has exhibited his work in the UK, Europe, Australia, and the USA.


Douglas’s delicate yet graphic style captures brutalist architecture and everyday street scenes in a way that highlights the complex layers of the urban landscape. Referring to iconic buildings such as St Paul’s Cathedral in London and New York City sky scrapers, Neil Douglas paints in oils atmospheric and romantic versions of these hubs of busy life. These scenes and their figures, sometimes the focus of the painting and sometimes features of the background, display his way of finding peace in these concrete jungles.