Nigel Hughes (b.1940)
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Nigel Hughes developed his drawing abilities at the Royal Academy Schools between 1977-81. Since then he has painted professionally and exhibited in Ireland, Scotland, England (mainly London), Mexico and the USA.
Pictorial delights include large watercolours of the more spectacular Maya monuments in Mexico and Central America, followed by oil paintings of all the species of the neo-tropical Cracidae, the most endangered bird family in the Americas. There are also evocative assemblages of maritime objects and still-life's, and landscapes.
His work resulted in his election as a fellow of both the Linnean Society of London and the Royal Geographical Society.
Museums and institutions that have shown his work include Museo Nacional de Antropología in Mexico and Oxford University Museum of Natural History.