The artist was born in Blairgowrie, Scotland where he lived until 1872 when he moved to Edinburgh. Farquharson was largely a self-taught artist and practised as a landscape painter, watercolour and oil paint being the media of choice. He first exhibited at the Royal Scottish Academy in 1868, where he was later elected as an associate member in 1882. In 1885 he was elected as a member of the Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolours. In the time period between 1877 and 1904, the artist exhibited thirty-nine paintings at the Royal Academy in London, where he moved to in 1886, and resided in until 1894. From there, the artist moved to Cornwall, making regular trips back to Scotland. Although he delighted in painting the Scottish highlands, moors, rivers, pastures, and valleys of the lowlands, his work is not limited to Scottish landscapes. The artist made trips to Europe, mainly painting in Holland. Eventually, the artist painted English landscape as well. He died in Birnam, Perthshire in 1907.
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