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John Carroll Doyle Wall Art

John Carroll Doyle (Born December 22, 1942) was born in Charleston, SC and died on November 12, 2014. He got his start with his characteristic sportfishing paintings which have adorned the covers of many popular sportfishing magazines from the late 1970’s to the early 1980’s. He is internationally known for his light filled, energetic paintings of subjects as diverse as blue hydrangeas, blue marlins and blues musicians. Doyle continued to make a name for himself for several years in the 1980’s and 1990's. His large scale commissioned paintings are still famous to date and they can be seen on the walls of countless restaurants and hotels in downtown Charleston, as well as restaurants and clubs as far afield as Illinois and Alexandria, Chicago, North Carolina, Virginia, California and Florida. With a career that spanned more than 40 years, Doyle became a seasoned Impressionist in America and his muse was always Charleston and the surrounding lowcountry.

The artist maintained his painting studio on King Street for more than 20 years. From still life to wildlife, he painted with an understanding and passion that makes it hard to believe he was self taught. He opened his gallery at 54 Broad Street in 1997. This is where he stayed and received much deserved success for over 2 decades. In the same year, he completed an autobiography which was generously illustrated with color reproductions of his artwork and classic black-and-white photographs of Charleston. Entitled “John Carroll Doyle: Portrait of a Charleston Artist”, the book tells the story of his development as an artist, plus the transformation of Charleston to a bustling tourist destination from a sleepy town.
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