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Spread the word about Duncan Veasey
Military psychiatrist with a life-long love of art
Qualifying as a doctor from St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London, Dr Duncan Veasey later became a psychiatrist for the Royal Navy. He currently practises in Nova Scotia in post trauma, military and occupational psychiatry.
Over the years, Duncan has experimented in pastel and acrylic allegorical still life. He takes inspiration from the German Expressionists and from 19th and 20th century marine art. However, he is equally passionate about the art of David Hockney, Robert Lenkiewicz and Michel Williate-Battet.
Duncan has come late to contemporary art but has since started following the work of Abstract Art Canada’s very own, David Brooks. He has been enjoying and promoting David's abstract, international painting in recent years.