Patrick Elliot wrote an article entitled "The Surreal Case of Edwin Lucas", in the Summer 2016 issue of Scottish Art News.
Colin Gleadell wrote an article entitled "Surrealist discovered by his son",previewing the exhibition at Bourne Fine Art. It was published in The Telegraph on 18th March 2014.
Phil Miller wrote an article about the appearance of Edwin's work in the New Acquisitions exhibition at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art. It was published in The Herald on 16th October 2013.
Jen Lavery wrote an article about the Edwin's work being exhibited at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, published in The Edinburgh Evening News on 16th October 2013.
BBC News also mentioned Edwin featuring in the SNGMA New Acquisitions exhibition in October 2013.
Wikis, Blogs, Links
There's an Edwin G Lucas page on Wikipedia.
Edwin's works at the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art.
Some more of Edwin's works in public collections on the Art UK site.
One of the first people to comment on Edwin's work on the web was arts blogger and sometime anarchist illustrator Richard Warren. His piece Outsider Modernism: Edwin G Lucas highlights some of Edwin's surrealist works. I think Edwin would have liked his comment "Lucas seems to have noticed that the rules were there to be broken, and to have set about breaking them with an entirely original abandon, paying only superficial attention to the orthodoxies of the avant garde".
Italian poet Claudio Arzani has chosen Edwin's painting The Girl in the Bus to illustrate his poem La corriera quella rossa (nel limbo quella donna sulla sabbia scriverà mille volte io ti amo).
The American-Scottish Foundation has chosen Edwin's painting Pentland Hills from Kingsknowe, Winter as one of just six selected from 30,000 publicly-owned oil paintings in Scotland, to help draw attention to the work of the Public Catalogue Foundation. Other artists selected include John Duncan Fergusson and Francis Campbell Boileau Cadell.
27 May 2017 - Edwin's paintings help inspire new mural in Spylaw Park
20 April 2014 - Street named after Edwin Lucas
16 August 2013 - Update re Edwin's friendship with Wilhelmina Barns-Graham