Con Campbell

The artist was born in Gortin Bush, Co. Tyrone in 1946 but moved to Belfast as a young boy. Con Campbell’s first major work was displayed in the Ulster Museum in 1972.
Con’s interest in painting grew steadily and his commission to paint street murals in the 80’s showed his ability to adapt to a different medium. During the “troubles” he spent time painting images of the conflict through the eyes of children.

Potent images of soldiers on patrol at night were included in his work, and although not his traditional style it showed his ability to embrace and reflect the human condition.
He returned again to his first love of painting animals, particularly horses, an interest which was heavily influenced by his family. He has travelled exte... read more

Recent Results

Con Campbell The White Horse 14" x 11" Acrylic on board Result: £160
Con Campbell The Watchful Stance 24.5" x 34" Oil on box canvas - Unframed Result: £460
Con Campbell Green Horse 26" x 29" Oil on board Result: €380
Con Campbell Trotting 9" x 18" Oil on Board Result: €280
Con Campbell Two Cows on Red 20.5" x 17.5" Oil on board Result: £220
Con Campbell Ladies of Leisure 6.5" x 20" Oil on card Result: £200
Con Campbell Horse And Hounds 16" x 5" Oil on board Result: £200
Con Campbell New Born Calf 5" x 9" Oil on board Result: £140
Con Campbell Cow in Green and Blue 6" x 8" Acrylic on board Result: £120
Con Campbell Nosey Cow 8" x 6" Oil on Board Result: £120