New English Art Club Annual Exhibition 2018

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Annual Exhibition 2018


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Front cover: Salliann Putman NEAC Red Landscape; back cover: Richard Pikesley PNEAC RWS Life Boat & Visiting Yachts, Last Light, Weymouth

Patron HRH The Prince of Wales

Officers

Selection Committee

Prizes and Awards

President Richard Pikesley

Louise Balaam Peter Brown Tessa Coleman Patrick Cullen Paul Curtis Alex Fowler Charlotte Halliday Mick Kirkbride Paul Newland Richard Pikesley Neil Pittaway Salliann Putman Melissa Scott-Miller Sarah Spencer Toby Ward

The Doreen McIntosh Prize £5,000

Hon Treasurer Colin Gardner Keeper Charlotte Halliday Assistant Keepers Tessa Coleman Melissa Scott-Miller Publications Alex Fowler Drawing School Curator Michael Kirkbride

The Bowyer Drawing Prize £1,000 The Winsor & Newton Award £500 of art materials, awarded by public vote The Peter Ashley Framing Prize A bespoke picture frame to the value of £500, presented by The Artistic Frame Company Jackson’s Art Prize £300 of art materials The NEAC Critics’ Prize £250 The Dry Red Press Award Winning work published as a greetings card

NEAC Friends Administrator Debbie Pikesley email: friends@neac.co.uk

Exhibition runs 15 to 23 June 2018 at Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1 020 7930 6844

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Note from the President By Richard Pikesley, President The New English Art Club’s Annual Exhibition is a joyous mix of colour, light and good drawing. Right from its beginning in 1885 established artists have shown their very best work alongside first time exhibitors taking their first steps. In the forty-four years that I’ve been a member I’ve seen many fine painters at the height of their powers move us with their paint. Just coloured mud spread on cloth or board, and yet there’s something about painting that can bypass words and go straight to the heart. This year’s exhibition gives us a chance to remember two of our finest, with a memorial

group of extraordinary power by the late Bernard Dunstan RA NEAC whose membership from 1949 takes us back to a handshake with those founding members. We are also deeply indebted to the late Mrs Vera Bowyer, who chose to celebrate the memory of her late husband William Bowyer RA NEAC by generously giving us a prize to award for fine drawing. In addition to The Bowyer Drawing Prize there are many others and we are very grateful to all those who generously award these prizes and for the support of all of our donors and Friends.

We’re not just about the Annual Exhibition . . . The New English Art Club has a year-round programme of exhibitions, classes, workshops and other events. The best way to stay up-to-date is to sign up for our regular email newsletters, featuring: • Exclusive artist interviews • Updates on classes and workshops • Members’ exhibitions around the country

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The Annual Exhibition is a major focus of our year but to see the full range of activities including our Education Programme and members’ exhibitions do please visit our website at www.newenglishartclub.co.uk This year’s exhibition will be my final one as President and I’d like to finish by saying a personal thank you for the support and friendship I’ve received from the New English and its wider family. Now, where are my brushes?


New English Education Programme 2018 By Mick Kirkbride, Curator of the New English Education Programme Both artists however have taken particular value from visiting members’ studios, the ensuing dialogue has simultaneously challenged, informed and reaffirmed their artistic values and practices. This is evidenced in the quality of their outcomes which can be seen in our exhibition. Here are their thoughts and reflections on the Education Programme year...

The New English Education Programme has two main functions. The first is to propagate the teaching of observational drawing, with a flexible approach designed to enlarge the drawing vocabulary of students. The other is to establish connections with emerging artists who share a similar visual sensibility to the New English membership. Our programme offers a unique pedagogic experience, one not often found in the broader landscape of art education. Teaching is delivered exclusively by practitioners who exhibit widely and share a wealth of knowledge and experience, all of whom are members of the New English. This has been a particularly buoyant year with classes held at Heatherley’s School of Art, Mall Galleries’ Learning Centre (which is also the venue for our weekly Life Drawing sessions during term time), and many locations around London. Paul Newland, Neil Pittaway, Julie Jackson, and John Dobbs have all offered landscape based workshops, with James Bland and Peter Clossick using the human figure to address colour, form and surface collage. Each year the Education Programme offers two scholarships from an open submission of portfolios enabling the successful recipients to gain free access to all classes and workshops throughout the year. Each scholar is encouraged to visit New English members in their studio environments, fostering informal mentoring relationships, and developing a creative and critical dialogue. This year we chose Rebecca Guyver and Paul Wuensche, both have responded in an overwhelmingly positive

Paul Wuensche The New English Scholarship is deceptively unassuming: it’s hard to explain what it is in a couple of sentences, but in fact it’s really quite a big deal – a bit like doing an MA, but with a lot more freedom. It’s not very formal – you can do as much or as little as you want – but the more you do the more you get out of it.

Paul Wuensche Barry (detail)

and enthusiastic manner to the opportunities offered during the scholarship year, each demonstrating a proactive and responsive approach throughout. They have in every sense been model scholars. Rebecca has used the year to experiment and search. She possesses a natural curiosity and open mindedness which has yielded some varied and surprising outcomes, pushing and extending her visual language. Paul on the other hand has continued to hone and refine an already distinctive aesthetic, demonstrating an assurance of touch with an authoritative mark.

The weekly Life Drawing gives consistent practise which allows you to really develop your skills and explore as many different aspects of drawing as you want. Although the life classes are open to the public, a lot of control over length of pose and lighting is handed to the scholars, who can tailor the sessions to their needs. The workshops are rewarding, perhaps especially when they offer something you don’t normally do. Every member is different, so there’s a lot of variety. But perhaps the most rewarding part of the scholarship is the studio visits. As a scholar, you decide who to approach so, again, you can just follow your interests. I’ve been able to meet


Free taster sessions

members and discuss problems that I wrestle with in my own practice, I’ve had very useful feedback on my own work, but equally I’ve had the chance to get a first-hand insight into the creative mind-sets of some very talented artists. I suspect I will look back on this as a turning-point in my development and I’m very grateful to have had the opportunity.

The New English Art Club is offering a series of free events and workshops during the exhibition. Places are limited, so you will need to book soon by visiting www.newenglishartclub.co.uk/events

Rebecca Guyver

Regular life drawing classes with the New English

For me, the New English Scholarship has been like a perpetual feast of ideas, images and approaches; and I certainly dined well. I loved the studio visits not just for the conversations and the visual delights but because I really admired the work of the artists I visited. Seeing the people in their studios, surrounded by their work and their inspiration, was quite special. Each visit, workshop and weekly Life Drawing session has been an opportunity to test new ways of working that were different and challenging. Then I tried to fold all of that into my own practice. My own process is one of discovery, so a focus on observation suited me perfectly. The voices of the New English artists who I met seem to be there in the background, nudging me to work a little harder and a little differently. Being ‘embedded’ in the New English Art Club has been absolutely brilliant and leaves me with surprises, a little daunted, more determined and brimming with ideas for the years ahead. Thank you.

Taking place in Mall Galleries’ Learning Centre, all levels of ability are welcome, with some basic materials provided. Poses vary from short to more sustained, with an emphasis on exploring the broad language of drawing through a flexible approach, and varied methodology. You can block book all twelve sessions for £156 (£13 per session) or book single classes for £14.50 each online. Rebecca Guyver Untitled

There is a 10% discount for Friends of the New English and students with an appropriate student number booking online. Alternatively you can pay £15 cash to the tutor on the day. Check our website for details of the Fridays these classes are held. www.newenglishartclub.co.uk/events


An appreciation of Bernard Dunstan RA NEAC PPRWA (1920–2017) By Richard Pikesley, President taught at Camberwell and Byam Shaw and wrote many influential books including ‘Learning to Paint’ and ‘Painting Methods of the Impressionists’. He also prepared a wonderful annotated version of Ruskin’s ‘Elements of Drawing’. He exhibited regularly with Roland, Browse and Delbanco, London from 1952 to 1970, and with Agnew’s, London, since 1972. He also exhibited annually in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and the New English Art Club, and his work is held in many private collections.

Bernard Dunstan The Bathroom

When Bernard Dunstan died on 20th August last year the New English lost a towering figure and more significantly a great friend and advocate for real painting. Born in 1920 in Teddington, Middlesex, Bernard Dunstan initially studied at Byam Shaw School of Art and then at the Slade School of Fine Art, London from 1939 to 1941. An influential teacher and writer on painting, he

it out with reading. Here in simple language, Bernard lay out everything I needed to start making sense of a previously incomprehensible world. As an example, he writes this: “This is one of the eternally fascinating things about drawing and painting from nature. As one continues to work, to stare, compare and make marks on paper or canvas, one begins to see relationships which were invisible before, and which one knows very well would be quite

Bernard was elected to the New English in 1947, and became a Royal Academician in 1968, becoming its longest serving member. He was President of the Royal West of England Academy from 1979 to 1984. Bernard married the painter Diana Armfield RA NEAC in 1949 and they lived and worked in Kew, Surrey. My own personal recollections of Bernard started with a time in my art education when I was feeling particularly lost. Salvation came in the small shape of a little book about composition written by someone called Bernard Dunstan, newly published and sitting in a bookshop display in Canterbury. I think it cost me two and sixpence and I nearly wore

Bernard Dunstan Campo S Stefano


unnoticeable to someone who merely glanced at the subject – even to someone who looked at it with love.” He goes on to talk about the layered nature of figurative painting, describing how at its root every good figurative painting carries within it its abstract bones; I got it, and I immediately knew that this would be my life. Without the support of that little book and the later one on still life I would have been lost as a painter, but little by little it began to make sense and Bernard had given me a bridge which took me from chaos and bafflement to the beginnings of making my way as a painter. For such tiny books they went way beyond their brief, and had so much to say. It saddens me now to think that I never really told him that. Later on I found his annotated Ruskin book and still read that pretty much every year. But it was more than just the books. I took every opportunity to see his paintings, at the RA and also at the New English where I was soon to become a member. The paintings carried an extraordinary poetry within their structure apparently effortlessly, with such a tonal sense and such colour! Whenever we met, Bernard was warm and encouraging, relaxed amongst his many friends, especially at the annual New English lunch. Visiting Diana recently at their home in Kew, I saw Bernard’s studio with an unfinished painting still on his easel. On my way home I thought about their two studios at each end of the house and Diana’s presence in so many of Bernard’s paintings.

Bernard Dunstan D Resting

The sense of loss when we lose someone can be overwhelming. When a great musician passes I think of a lifetime of knowledge and instinct, heart and soul, in those fingers or that voice that’s gone forever. But with a painter, and especially such an eloquent one as Bernard, we not only have our memories but his writing and his paintings will continue to teach and inspire generations to come. As news of Bernard’s death became known, many of our New English painters have been in touch with their recollections and thoughts: “When I was teaching I used ‘Paintings in Progress’ and his annotated Ruskin more than any other books. A wonderful painter and British art will be a much poorer place without him.” - Paul Handley

“His paintings are a direct link to the world of Bonnard and Sickert.” - James Bland “What an inspiration he was. I think I can honestly say that he opened my eyes to the true poetry of paint. I discovered his little Studio Vista book on still life about 45 years ago in our tiny library in Ascot. The page fell open to reveal the most sublime still life - my heart missed a beat. I was so moved by the beautiful close tones, the touch and beauty of the paint.” - Salliann Putman For myself, I think Bernard’s own motto which heads his page on our website says a great deal: “Paint what you love, love what you paint.”


Diana Armfield Footbridge over the Nant Hir Oil 11” x 13” £6,000

Richard Bawden Carnations Watercolour 34” x 21” £1,200

Julian Bailey The Straits of Corfu Oil 21” x 22” £2,800

Louise Balaam Trees on the Edge of the Stour, Flatford Oil 24” x 28” £4,250


June Berry The Path around the Fields Oil 30” x 35” £3,500

James Bland Carousel Oil 44” x 68” £7,000

Francis Bowyer Waiting for the Ferry Oil 32” x 37” £2,750

Jane Bond The Voyeur Oil 20” x 18” £1,400


Jason Bowyer Black Huts Oil 28” x 28” £2,800

Patricia Cain Presence of Trees Pastel 32” x 40” £2,200

Bob Brown Boats at Shoreham Oil 6” x 10” £600

Peter Brown Ned Drawing on the Studio Floor Oil 58” x 42” £18,500


Diana Calvert Ready for the Freezer Oil 16” x 19” £750

Peter Clossick The Architect Oil 33” x 25” £5,000

David Carpanini In That Place of Echoes and Shadows Etching 19” x 21” £450

Tom Coates The Toy Maker, Italy Oil 28” x 32” £4,500


David Cobley Curls Oil 14” x 14” £1,200

Jane Corsellis The Potter’s Pots Oil 16” x 19” £2,900

Tessa Coleman Marigolds Oil 44” x 22” £3,700

Michael Cooper Near Cuckmere, E Sussex Oil 41” x 19” £4,000


Patrick Cullen Busy Street, Paharganj, Delhi Oil 32” x 40” £4,250

Paul Curtis Camellia, Porthmeor Beach, St Ives Acrylic & oil 25” x 25” £2,250

Fred Cuming The Ridge under Snow Oil 24” x 24” £10,780

Saied Dai Fishmonger Oil 32” x 38” £11,450


Stuart Denyer The Long View Oil 62” x 50” £18,000

Michael Fairclough The Mani - Kardamyli IV Oil 13” x 14” £1,200

John Dobbs Devon Oil 42” x 80” £6,000

Alex Fowler Three Quinces Oil 16” x 14” £1,250


Roy Freer One Alone Oil 30” x 36” £2,700

Dennis Gilbert Sunday Lunch Oil 12” x 16” £850

Judith Gardner Garden Corner Soft Light Oil 40” x 24” £2,000

Paul R Gildea Can I Touch Your Hair? Oil 27” x 40” £9,000


Anthony Green Anthony Adoring Mary Etching, watercolour & pencil 18” x 33” £950

Paul Handley The Corn Exchange Oil 26” x 26” £2,200

Charlotte Halliday Woronzow Road Camellias I Pencil & watercolour 15” x 17” £825

Charles Hardaker Open Doors with Sunlight Oil 23” x 18” £1,500


Julie Held The Swimmer Oil 72” x 48” £5,500

Ken Howard S Marco Quartet Oil 14” x 54” £20,000

Mary Jackson Sunshine in the Studio Oil 27” x 27” £3,500

Craig Jefferson Eternity in the Mind of Someone Living Oil 65” x 48” £6,500


Pamela Kay The Dining Room, Giverny Oil 15” x 17” £1,250

Michael Kirkbride Tailor’s Workshop - Study Oil 19” x 26” £1,800

Peter Kelly Marsh Farm in Winter, Essex Oil 28” x 38” £4,000

Peter Kuhfeld Porte della Carta, Venice, 13 April 2017 Oil 17” x 21” £3,500


Andrew Macara Snowballers, Allestree Park, Derby Oil 38” x 56” £7,500

Bridget Moore The Giddy-Up Girls Gouache 16” x 15” £825

Anthony Morris The Thatched Summer House Oil 24” x 28” £2,500

Arthur Neal Blue Coat Oil 15” x 12” £1,450


Paul Newland Looking Down - Fields, Railway, River Oil 27” x 21” £2,600

David Parfitt Evening Sculler Oil 18” x 22” £2,850

William Packer Self Portrait with Mug Oil 32” x 26” £4,800

Richard Pikesley Last Light, Summer Evening, Weymouth Harbour Oil 23” x 25” £2,000


Salliann Putman Interior Watercolour & gouache 8” x 8” £475

Simon Quadrat The Swimming Lesson Oil 18” x 21” £3,200

Neil Pittaway Snowy Dusk in the Langtang at Kyranjin Gumba (3780M), Nepal Acrylic 26” x 42” £3,500

Charles Rake Station Night - London Road Oil 36” x 28” £3,450


James Rushton Hen Cloud Watercolour 18” x 22” £1,000

Melissa Scott-Miller John Soane’s Museum Oil 16” x 16” £900

Susan Ryder Clearing the Table Oil 28” x 38” £5,400

Daniel Shadbolt Silvina Oil 15” x 12” £500


Ann Shrager Scarlet, Red and Green Saris Oil 12” x 12” £2,500

Richard Sorrell Waves on the Shore Oil 26” x 30” £2,500

Dawn Sidoli The Tiger Mug Oil 14” x 21” £1,000

Charlotte Sorapure Persephone Oil 41” x 29” £12,850


Sarah Spencer Lemons on a Raised Dish Oil 11” x 11” £1,100

Lorna Vahey Printing Faust Oil 22” x 18” £900

Ruth Stage Tidal River in Sunlight Egg tempera 25” x 22” £2,200

Toby Ward Wine and Olives Oil 18” x 14” £2,250


Robert E Wells Sleeping (Chiara) Oil 9” x 14” £2,200

Charles Williams Danny and The King, 1979 Oil 78” x 34” £5,000

Jenny Wheatley Low Tide Maryport Acrylic 37” x 37” £3,200

Michael Whittlesea The House Lligate Watercolour & charcoal 11” x 13” £850


Jacqueline Williams Red Table Oil 40” x 35” £3,600

Duncan Wood Late Afternoon Light: On the Water Monoprint, charcoal & bodycolour 9” x 13” £985

Neale Worley Looking Beyond Oil 36” x 32” £4,950

Martin Yeoman Garden Path, Summer Oil 38” x 26” £11,500


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For information about the edition availability of prints, please enquire at info@mallgalleries.com | Please note that the sizes of works are approximate and include frames 1 HRH The Prince of Wales The Castle of Mey Watercolour 19 2 HRH The Prince of Wales View of Beinn a Bhuird... Watercolour 21 3 Diana Armfield RA NEAC Hon PS Hon Rt RWA Hon RWS Footbridge over the Nant Hir Oil 11 4 Diana Armfield RA NEAC Hon PS Hon Rt RWA Hon RWS From a Bunch of Sunflowers Chalk 22 5 Diana Armfield RA NEAC Hon PS Hon Rt RWA Hon RWS Listen for the Thrush, Pensford Field Oil 14 6 Diana Armfield RA NEAC Hon PS Hon Rt RWA Hon RWS Springtime on the Banks of the Nant Hir Oil 14 7 Keith Ashcroft Interior Motive F Oil 20 8 Sharron Astbury-Petit Hanabi Acrylic, graphite & pencil 24 9 Caroline Atkins One of the Girls Oil 12 10 Caroline Atkins The People in the Room Oil 14 11 Julian Bailey NEAC Albania from Corfu Gouache 12 12 Julian Bailey NEAC Cups Don’t Touch Gouache 15 13 Julian Bailey NEAC Fiskardo, Kafelonia Gouache 15 14 Julian Bailey NEAC The Straits of Corfu Oil 21 15 Louise Balaam NEAC RWA Early Morning, Bright Light Oil 16 16 Louise Balaam NEAC RWA Marsh Country, Low Sky Oil 20 17 Louise Balaam NEAC RWA Sharp Sunlight, Constable’s Trees Oil 16 18 Louise Balaam NEAC RWA Trees on the Edge of the Stour, Flatford Oil 24 19 Richard Bawden NEAC By the Fire Watercolour 14 20 Richard Bawden NEAC Carnations Watercolour 34 21 Richard Bawden NEAC Christmas Cactus Watercolour 21 22 Richard Bawden NEAC David’s Log (ed of 85. £260 u/f) Etching 23 23 Tom Benjamin Abandoned Trawler, Newhaven Oil 36 24 Tom Benjamin Gap between Two Houseboats, Shoreham Oil 36 25 Keith Bennett Downtown Manila Pastel 23 26 Keith Bennett Lobsters and Prawns Pastel 14 27 Tim Benson PROI Man with a Blanket Oil 12 28 Tim Benson PROI Selfie by Lamplight Oil 60 29 June Berry NEAC Autumn Studio Oil 27 30 June Berry NEAC Picking Potatoes (ed of 25) Etching 27 31 June Berry NEAC The Path around the Fields Oil 30 32 June Berry NEAC The Window Watercolour 18 33 James Bland NEAC Carousel Oil 44 34 James Bland NEAC Carousel Study Oil 9 35 Jane Bond NEAC RP Puppet No 2 Oil 13 36 Jane Bond NEAC RP The Voyeur Oil 20 37 Clare Bowen Silver Birch in Snow Oil 13 38 Francis Bowyer NEAC PPRWS Sunlight Oil 32 39 Francis Bowyer NEAC PPRWS The Jetty Oil 28 40 Francis Bowyer NEAC PPRWS Waiting for the Ferry Oil 32 41 Francis Bowyer NEAC PPRWS Winter Sunlight Watercolour 32 42 Jason Bowyer PPNEAC PS RP Black Huts Oil 28 43 Jason Bowyer PPNEAC PS RP Last Days of Bastion Oil 40 44 Jason Bowyer PPNEAC PS RP Pollard Ink, pastel & charcoal 34

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Jason Bowyer PPNEAC PS RP The Gardener Oil 48 David Brayne Of Rivers Pigment & acrylic 15 Jane Brayne The Woodbank Watercolour & gouache 16 Bob Brown NEAC Boats at Shoreham Oil 6 Bob Brown NEAC Launching a Boat, Villeneuve, Lake Geneva Oil 7 Bob Brown NEAC Roman Arch, Adana, Turkey Oil 11 Peter Brown NEAC PS Hon RBA ROI RP Early Morning, The Market, Hoi An, Vietnam Oil 8 Peter Brown NEAC PS Hon RBA ROI RP Motors! Havana Oil 8 Peter Brown NEAC PS Hon RBA ROI RP Ned Drawing on the Studio Floor Oil 58 Peter Brown NEAC PS Hon RBA ROI RP Rain, Blecker Street, New York Oil 10 Paul Brown Dark Clouds, The Farm Oil 15 Gerard Byrne Palmeira Square in its Glory Charcoal 39 Patricia Cain NEAC ‘And Almost Audible Flowers Whose Sound Is Silence’ Pastel 48 Patricia Cain NEAC Presence of Trees Pastel 32 Diana Calvert NEAC Old Man’s Beard Oil 14 Diana Calvert NEAC Onions Oil 14 Diana Calvert NEAC Raspberries Oil 12 Diana Calvert NEAC Ready for the Freezer Oil 16 Bettina Caro La Terrasse Acrylic 39 David Carpanini NEAC PPRE RWA Hon RWS Approaching Storm, Bolsinina (ed of 10. £350 u/f) Etching 20 David Carpanini NEAC PPRE RWA Hon RWS In That Place of Echoes and Shadows (ed of 20. £350 u/f) Etching 19 David Carpanini NEAC PPRE RWA Hon RWS Kyffin VIII (ed of 20. £300 u/f) Soft ground etching 18 David Carpanini NEAC PPRE RWA Hon RWS Val d’Orcia (ed of 15. £350 u/f) Etching 20 Diana Charnley Waiting Oil 24 Rosie Clark Ruth Pencil 14 Colette Clegg The Two Amigos Oil 15 Peter Clossick NEAC PPLG The Architect Oil 33 Peter Clossick NEAC PPLG The Irishman Oil 12 Peter Clossick NEAC PPLG The Translator Oil 26 Peter Clossick NEAC PPLG Venus de’ Medici Oil 32 Tom Coates PPNEAC PS RBA RP RWA RWS Church Wall at Tavira Oil 30 Tom Coates PPNEAC PS RBA RP RWA RWS From the Castle Walls, Sommieres Oil 17 Tom Coates PPNEAC PS RBA RP RWA RWS The Toy Maker, Italy Oil 28 David Cobley NEAC RP Curls Oil 14 David Cobley NEAC RP Strange Bed Oil 14 Austin Cole RBA Kamakurra Trail 3 (ed of 40. £260 u/f) Etching 13 Austin Cole RBA Tokyo Fish Market 2 (ed of 30. £175 u/f) Etching & aquatint 13 Tessa Coleman NEAC Dries Study Oil 28 Tessa Coleman NEAC Gallery Girls Study Graphite 23 Tessa Coleman NEAC Marigolds Oil 44 Tessa Coleman NEAC Tarvie Stag Oil 39 Michael Collins Net Bag Beach Water-based oil 25 Michael Cooper NEAC Near Cuckmere Oil 20 Michael Cooper NEAC Near Cuckmere, E Sussex Oil 41 Michael Cooper NEAC The Walls of Anghiari Oil 18 Rosie Copeland Winter Track across the South Downs Oil 9

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91 Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS Richmond Hill Oil 15 92 Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS The Conductor, ENO (ed of 25. £275 u/f) Lithograph 17 93 Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS The Potter’s Pots Oil 16 94 Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS White Azaleas Oil 17 95 James Crittenden Sen PS Spanish Garden (ed of 10. £375 u/f) Etching 13 96 Belinda Crozier Sharing Food in a Sikh Temple Graphite 15 97 Ian Cryer PPROI New Street Shadows Oil 22 98 Patrick Cullen NEAC Busy Street, Paharganj, Delhi Oil 32 99 Patrick Cullen NEAC Life Has No Reset Button (VT Illuminations Mumbai) Watercolour 52 100 Patrick Cullen NEAC Refreshing the Fruit, Pushkar, Rajasthan Pastel 22 101 Patrick Cullen NEAC Two Sketches of Chogan Gate, Bundi, Rajasthan Pencil 19 102 Fred Cuming RA NEAC Camber Sands, Squall Oil 12 103 Fred Cuming RA NEAC Prunus, Evening Oil 10 104 Fred Cuming RA NEAC Rye Harbour, Sunset Oil 12 105 Fred Cuming RA NEAC The Ridge under Snow Oil 24 106 Paul Curtis NEAC Camellia, Porthmeor Beach, St Ives Acrylic & oil 25 107 Paul Curtis NEAC Pansies by the Sea Acrylic & oil 17 108 Paul Curtis NEAC Spring Flowers, Cornwall Acrylic & oil 13 109 Paul Curtis NEAC Two Camellias, St Ives, Cornwall Acrylic & oil 24 110 Saied Dai NEAC RP Dusk Oil 42 111 Saied Dai NEAC RP Figure in Doorway Oil 31 112 Saied Dai NEAC RP Fishmonger Oil 32 113 Stuart Denyer NEAC The Long View Oil 62 114 John Dobbs NEAC Devon Oil 42 115 John Dobbs NEAC Lemon, Lime and Knife Oil 10 116 John Dobbs NEAC Scissors, Lemon and Knife Oil 10 117 John Dobbs NEAC Two Motorbikes Oil 52 118 Judith Dobie Reflection Collage & watercolour 22 119 Anton Dolders Pigeon Tower, Rivington Acrylic 17 120 Genevieve Draper Winter Oil 24 121 Bernard Dunstan RA NEAC PPRWA (1920–2017) Campo S Stefano Oil 15 122 Bernard Dunstan RA NEAC PPRWA (1920–2017) D Resting Conté 14 123 Bernard Dunstan RA NEAC PPRWA (1920–2017) Easter Sunday Double Portrait Oil 12 124 Bernard Dunstan RA NEAC PPRWA (1920–2017) The Bathroom Oil 50 125 Michael Fairclough NEAC The Mani - Kardamyli I Oil 13 126 Michael Fairclough NEAC The Mani - Kardamyli II Oil 13 127 Michael Fairclough NEAC The Mani - Kardamyli III Oil 13 128 Michael Fairclough NEAC The Mani - Kardamyli IV Oil 13 129 Andrew Farmer Platform 4, Morning Light Oil 16 130 Jonathan Farningham Self Portrait in Solitude Oil 20 131 Jonathan Foster Chypraze Cliffs (ed of 5. £1,750 u/f) iPad drawing on etching paper 35 132 Alex Fowler NEAC Three Quinces Oil 16 133 Alex Fowler NEAC Williams Pear, No 1 Oil 12 134 Alex Fowler NEAC Williams Pear, No 2 Oil 11 135 Alex Fowler NEAC Williams Pear, No 3 Oil 12 136 Paul Fowler Sunset III, Dartmoor Acrylic 15

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Roy Freer NEAC ROI Everything & Nothing Oil 36 Roy Freer NEAC ROI One Alone Oil 30 Roy Freer NEAC ROI Table Set-up Pencil 5 Michael Gage Storm Clearing, Loch an Lòin Acrylic & watercolour 26 Gavin Garcia Desde Arriba Oil 19 Gavin Garcia Empty Oil 19 Judith Gardner NEAC RBA Garden - March Snowfall Oil 14 Judith Gardner NEAC RBA Garden Corner Soft Light Oil 40 Judith Gardner NEAC RBA Landscape - Melting Snow Oil 14 Judith Gardner NEAC RBA Paddlers - Mauve Light Oil 15 Jan Gaska Snow Day Oil 14 Dennis Gilbert NEAC A Drying Problem Oil 12 Dennis Gilbert NEAC Monday Morning Oil 12 Dennis Gilbert NEAC Sunday Lunch Oil 12 Dennis Gilbert NEAC The Morning Bath Oil 12 Paul R Gildea NEAC Black Bride Oil 45 Paul R Gildea NEAC Can I Touch Your Hair? Oil 27 Paul R Gildea NEAC Spider Oil 47 Anthony Green RA NEAC LG Hon RBA Hon ROI Anthony Adoring Mary (ed of 25. £850 u/f) Etching, watercolour & pencil 18 Anthony Green RA NEAC LG Hon RBA Hon ROI Anthony Adoring Mary (ed of 25. £850 u/f) Etching, watercolour & pencil 18 Anthony Green RA NEAC LG Hon RBA Hon ROI Anthony Adoring Mary (ed of 25. £850 u/f) Etching, watercolour & pencil 18 Christopher Green Buildings are Going Up Pencil 17 Julie Ann Haines Scaffold (ed of 50. £200 u/f) Etching & aquatint 13 Charlotte Halliday NEAC RWS February from my Front Garden Pencil & watercolour 11 Charlotte Halliday NEAC RWS St Paul’s from Bankside, 2017 Pencil & watercolour 12 Charlotte Halliday NEAC RWS Woronzow Road Camellias I Pencil & watercolour 15 Charlotte Halliday NEAC RWS Woronzow Road Camellias II Pencil & watercolour 15 Paul Handley NEAC Liverpool Street I Oil 23 Paul Handley NEAC The Corn Exchange Oil 26 Paul Handley NEAC The Multi-Storey Car Park - Snow I Oil 16 Paul Handley NEAC The Multi-Storey Car Park - Snow II Oil 11 Charles Hardaker NEAC RBA A Singular Pot Oil 20 Charles Hardaker NEAC RBA Open Doors - Morning Oil 16 Charles Hardaker NEAC RBA Open Doors with Sunlight Oil 23 Charles Hardaker NEAC RBA Pot on a Shelf Oil 14 Josephine Harris NEAC Palace of Westminster Watercolour 29 Josephine Harris NEAC The Bird Show at Olympia Ink 10 Clare Haward Landscape (Civita) Oil 9 Clare Haward Still Life (with Perfume Bottle) Oil 13 Julia Hawkins AROI Portrait of Natalie Oil 41 David Hawthorne House on the Bank Oil 43 Julie Held NEAC Black Cat Pastel 5 Julie Held NEAC Spring in the Park Oil 42 Julie Held NEAC The Swimmer Oil 72 Julie Held NEAC Veiled - Self Portrait Mixed media 72 Andrew Hitchcock Little Gems Oil 15

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183 Tom Hoar Gangual Ghat from Hanuman Ghat, Afternoon Light Oil 20 184 Tom Hoar The Basket Weaver’s Market, Udaipur Oil 20 185 Andrew Holmes Apartment 31 Oil 35 186 Benjamin Hope PS Cadmium Rood Donker Oil 14 187 Benjamin Hope PS Under the Railway Oil 20 188 Felicity House PS Garden at Hotel L’Orange Pastel 25 189 Ken Howard OBE RA PPNEAC RBA RBSA ROI RWA RWS Bellinzona Oil 13 190 Ken Howard OBE RA PPNEAC RBA RBSA ROI RWA RWS Drying Saris, Man Mandir Ghat Oil 27 191 Ken Howard OBE RA PPNEAC RBA RBSA ROI RWA RWS S Marco Quartet Oil 14 192 Ken Howard OBE RA PPNEAC RBA RBSA ROI RWA RWS Self Portrait Oil 30 193 Tom Hughes Regent Street St James’s with Xmas Lights, December Oil 37 194 Julie Jackson NEAC Echo in the Memory Mixed media 35 195 Julie Jackson NEAC Time Before I Oil 18 196 Julie Jackson NEAC Time Before II Oil 18 197 Julie Jackson NEAC Unheard Music Oil 18 198 Mary Jackson NEAC RWS Bank Holiday Festivities Oil 56 199 Mary Jackson NEAC RWS Eye-catching Nasturtiums Oil 14 200 Mary Jackson NEAC RWS Sunshine in the Studio Oil 27 201 Mary Jackson NEAC RWS Townscape, Sommieres, France Oil 14 202 Andrew James NEAC RP Cornish Seascape Oil 14 203 Andrew James NEAC RP Cornish Seascape Oil 15 204 Andrew James NEAC RP The Sentinels (After Rodin) Oil 47 205 Craig Jefferson NEAC Camel Still Life Oil 24 206 Craig Jefferson NEAC Eternity in the Mind of Someone Living Oil 65 207 Craig Jefferson NEAC Figure Holding a Clay Camel Oil 48 208 Craig Jefferson NEAC Play Park Study Oil 14 209 Victoria Jinivizian Experiment Oil 14 210 Victoria Jinivizian Interior, Notting Hill Oil 24 211 Pamela Kay NEAC RBA RWS Primroses and a Bowl Oil 14 212 Pamela Kay NEAC RBA RWS The Dining Room, Giverny Oil 15 213 Pamela Kay NEAC RBA RWS Three Persimmon Oil 17 214 Pamela Kay NEAC RBA RWS White Roses and Apricots Oil 18 215 Peter Kelly NEAC RBA Brown Eggs and Gold Oil 15 216 Peter Kelly NEAC RBA Marsh Farm in Winter, Essex Oil 28 217 Peter Kelly NEAC RBA The Plantagenets Oil 21 218 Peter Kelly NEAC RBA University Square, Istanbul Watercolour 26 219 Dominic Keshavarz Rostrenen Pen & ink 31 220 Golnaz Kianipour Generation Oil 39 221 Michael Kirkbride NEAC Fabric Oil 10 222 Michael Kirkbride NEAC Ruocco the Tailor Oil 48 223 Michael Kirkbride NEAC Tailor’s Workshop Oil 48 224 Michael Kirkbride NEAC Tailor’s Workshop - Study Oil 19 225 Peter Kuhfeld NEAC RP Porte della Carta, Venice, 13 April 2017 Oil 17 226 Ann Le Bas NEAC Evening Light on Exmoor Oil 12 227 Ann Le Bas NEAC May Blossom Oil 11 228 Ann Le Bas NEAC Rabbits among the Hens (ed of 50. £300 u/f) Line engraving 10

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Jason Line Still Life with Lemons and Glass on a Chair Oil 17 Jason Line Studio Interior with Easel and Sheep Skull Charcoal 28 Mark Lippett The Shack Acrylic 20 Norman Long Hannah Oil 13 Sharon Low Time for Tea III (ed of 100. £150 u/f) Linocut 13 Andrew Macara NEAC Christmas, Tower of London Ice Rink Oil 20 Andrew Macara NEAC Cycles Oil 13 Andrew Macara NEAC Snowballers, Allestree Park, Derby Oil 38 Andrew Macara NEAC The Sailing Lesson, Tenby Oil 38 Sarah Manolescue Receding Snow, the Trundle Oil 14 Lynda Minter Waterloo Winter Evening Buildings and Cranes Acrylic 26 Bridget Moore NEAC RBA RWS Cotmandene Snow Gouache 13 Bridget Moore NEAC RBA RWS Let Me Ride Away Gouache 13 Bridget Moore NEAC RBA RWS On White Horses Gouache 14 Bridget Moore NEAC RBA RWS The Giddy-Up Girls Gouache 16 Anthony Morris NEAC RP December Snow, Herefordshire Oil 30 Anthony Morris NEAC RP The Thatched Summer House Oil 24 Anthony Morris NEAC RP Venice Oil 18 Anthony Morris NEAC RP Waiting for a Bite Oil 24 Alice Mumford Passing Light Oil 28 Alice Mumford The Emerald Cloth Oil 10 Arthur Neal NEAC Blue Coat Oil 15 Arthur Neal NEAC Pink Dress Oil 15 Arthur Neal NEAC Umbrella Oil 13 Arthur Neal NEAC Waves Oil 13 David Nelson Anselm Kiefer, North Gallery, White Cube, Bermondsey Mixed media 9 David Nelson Staircase, Blavatnik Building, Tate Modern Mixed media 12 Paul Newland NEAC RWS Gatehouse, Kingston Oil 11 Paul Newland NEAC RWS Houses and Fields: Last Light Oil 12 Paul Newland NEAC RWS Looking Down - Fields, Railway, River Oil 27 Paul Newland NEAC RWS The Line into Town: Winter Oil 25 Andrew O’Neill Meat Packing District - New York Oil 18 William Packer NEAC Hon PS Hon RBA Green Bottle - Looking across to Offa’s Dyke... Oil 26 William Packer NEAC Hon PS Hon RBA Self Portrait with Mug Oil 32 David Parfitt NEAC Blue Thames Midsummer Evening Oil 9 David Parfitt NEAC Evening Sculler Oil 18 David Parfitt NEAC Grey June Morning Oil 9 David Parfitt NEAC Summer Thames, Low Tide Oil 5 Lynda Payne Winter Sun Oil 13 Elizabeth Pikesley Winter Training Monotype 11 Richard Pikesley PNEAC RWS Dinghies on the Beach, Lyme Regis Oil 10 Richard Pikesley PNEAC RWS Last Light, Summer Evening, Weymouth Harbour Oil 23 Richard Pikesley PNEAC RWS Life Boat & Visiting Yachts, Last Light, Weymouth Oil 25 Richard Pikesley PNEAC RWS Snow Fields and Rising Moon, Dorset Oil 27 Neil Pittaway NEAC RE RWS Eleventh Hour Treaty (After William Orpen) Acrylic 30 Neil Pittaway NEAC RE RWS Euro - Hall of Judgement Pen & ink 34

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Neil Pittaway NEAC RE RWS Snowy Dusk in the Langtang at Kyranjin Gumba... Acrylic 26 Neil Pittaway NEAC RE RWS Window on Manhattan Mixed media drawing 27 Ian Price Cape Coastguard Oil 15 Juraj Prodaj Detail of The Old Magistrates Court Gate, Bristol Watercolour 31 Salliann Putman NEAC Crossing the City Watercolour & gouache 8 Salliann Putman NEAC Interior Watercolour & gouache 8 Salliann Putman NEAC Landmarks Watercolour & gouache 12 Salliann Putman NEAC Red Landscape Watercolour & gouache 8 Simon Quadrat NEAC PPRWA Dark Coast Oil 15 Simon Quadrat NEAC PPRWA Man at Window Oil 13 Simon Quadrat NEAC PPRWA The Swimming Lesson Oil 18 Charles Rake NEAC Forest II Oil 36 Charles Rake NEAC Landscape - After the Rain Charcoal & pencil 38 Charles Rake NEAC Station Night - London Road Oil 36 Charles Rake NEAC The Red Train Oil 28 Adam Ralston Central Beach Oil 17 Adam Ralston Towards North Pier Oil 17 Jacqueline Rizvi NEAC RBA RWS Little Table with White Cloth Pencil & watercolour 16 Jacqueline Rizvi NEAC RBA RWS Marine I Oil 14 Jacqueline Rizvi NEAC RBA RWS Marine II Oil 14 Jacqueline Rizvi NEAC RBA RWS Still Life with Cat Dish Oil 20 Andrew Roberts Road to Benahavis I Oil 18 Maria Rose Hallway View Oil 14 James Rushton NEAC Ardnamurchan Watercolour 18 James Rushton NEAC Hen Cloud Watercolour 18 Joseph Ryan Tuppy’s Clementine Oil 9 Susan Ryder NEAC RP Breakfast Oil 29 Susan Ryder NEAC RP Clearing the Table Oil 28 Susan Ryder NEAC RP Lamps and Flowers Oil 36 Glyn Saunders South Circular, December Oil 8 Pat Schaverien Driving through Scrubs Lane (ed of 9. £370 u/f) Etching & chine collé 15 John Scott Martin PPRBSA FRSA ARSMA “… It’s This For The Bosses” (ed of 10. £225 u/f) Mixed media linocut 14 John Scott Martin PPRBSA FRSA ARSMA Night Shift, Geevor Tin Mine (ed of 20. £225 u/f) Mixed media linocut 14 Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP Early Spring, Gordon Square Oil 20 Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP John Soane’s Museum Oil 16 Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP Snow in Islington, March 2018 Oil 40 Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP Winter Backgardens, Islington 2018 Oil 40 Daniel Shadbolt NEAC Cashel, Connemara Oil 25 Daniel Shadbolt NEAC Great Torrington Oil 25 Daniel Shadbolt NEAC Reclining Nude Oil 21 Daniel Shadbolt NEAC Silvina Oil 15 Maurice Sheppard NEAC Shelland Colours - Suffolk Oil 21 Anastasia Shimshilashvili Boats Oil 18 Ann Shrager NEAC Elephants and Mahouts Oil 20 Ann Shrager NEAC Scarlet, Red and Green Saris Oil 12 Ann Shrager NEAC The Goat Herder Oil 10

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Ann Shrager NEAC Yellow, Pink and Turquoise Saris Oil 12 Anna Shutt Coast Lines Mixed media 19 Anna Shutt Song Lines Mixed media 19 Dawn Sidoli NEAC RWA Portishead from the Nore Oil 20 Dawn Sidoli NEAC RWA Study in Pink and Red Oil 22 Dawn Sidoli NEAC RWA The Slipway on the Severn Oil 7 Dawn Sidoli NEAC RWA The Tiger Mug Oil 14 Charlotte Sorapure NEAC Amalfi Day Oil 21 Charlotte Sorapure NEAC Amalfi Night Oil 21 Charlotte Sorapure NEAC Persephone Oil 41 Richard Sorrell NEAC RBA PPRWS Family Holiday Oil 30 Richard Sorrell NEAC RBA PPRWS Pink Lady Acrylic 16 Richard Sorrell NEAC RBA PPRWS The Start of our Holidays Oil 29 Richard Sorrell NEAC RBA PPRWS Waves on the Shore Oil 26 Vincent Soto Valencia Interior / Falling Asleep Oil 22 Sarah Spencer NEAC February Sky over Whitstable Pastel & charcoal 27 Sarah Spencer NEAC Fish on a Dish Oil 12 Sarah Spencer NEAC Lemons on a Raised Dish Oil 11 Sarah Spencer NEAC Winter, Elmley Marshes Oil 12 Ruth Stage NEAC Reflections Egg tempera 27 Ruth Stage NEAC Scarborough Headland Egg tempera 8 Ruth Stage NEAC Tidal River in Sunlight Egg tempera 25 Ruth Stage NEAC Trees by Pool Egg tempera 29 Kimm Stevens Tiny Dancer Oil 47 Tom Stevenson Winter on The Cobb, Lyme Regis Oil 15 Lucinda Storm Lemon Sunset, Saunton Sands, Devon Oil 9 Julie Sullock Richmond Park (ed of 10. £130 u/f) Etching 16 Haidee-Jo Summers ROI ARSMA Kitchen Dresser, Late Morning Oil 22 Haidee-Jo Summers ROI ARSMA Lola and the Harry Hems Pew Oil 14 Graham Swift Ecdysis 4 (ed of 25. £180 u/f) Etching 10 Jacqueline Taber Hon RBA Jock’s Hens Eggs Oil 9 Karl Terry Kentish Landscape, Winter Oil 12 Delia Tournay-Godfrey Coastal Walk Oil 15 Lorna Vahey NEAC A Place of Pleached Pears Oil 25 Lorna Vahey NEAC An Artist in Granada Oil 20 Lorna Vahey NEAC Printing Faust Oil 22 Lorna Vahey NEAC Sleeping with Gandhi Oil 12 Toby Ward NEAC AFAS Seaplanes Oil 19 Toby Ward NEAC AFAS The Breakfast Table Oil 30 Toby Ward NEAC AFAS The Broken Jug Oil 15 Toby Ward NEAC AFAS Wine and Olives Oil 18 Judith Warren Pear Oil 14 Jeanette Watkins Bucerias Oil 30 Jeanette Watkins Welsh Borders Oil 14 Alison Watt-Cooper Dog Days (ed of 20. £180 u/f) Drypoint 17 Michael Weller Coffee, Pear, Milk Oil 14

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Michael Weller Winter Fruit Oil 11 Robert E Wells NEAC RBA Four Sheep and a Lamb - Pevensea Oil 11 Robert E Wells NEAC RBA Sleeping (Chiara) Oil 9 Robert E Wells NEAC RBA The Fortune Teller Oil 9 Robert E Wells NEAC RBA Three Cows - Pevensea Oil 36 Alan Welsford Cranes Oil 10 Alan Welsford Sunday Leagues Acrylic & oil 25 Dave West Toy Trains Oil 10 Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS Auspicious Residence Acrylic 42 Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS Fishing Boat Pomos Oil 14 Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS Low Tide Maryport Acrylic 37 Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS Waiting Taxi Acrylic 42 Michael Whittlesea NEAC Evening Port Lligate Watercolour & charcoal 24 Michael Whittlesea NEAC Fingringhoe - Winter Watercolour & charcoal 19 Michael Whittlesea NEAC Port Lligate Watercolour & charcoal 17 Michael Whittlesea NEAC The House Lligate Watercolour & charcoal 11 Toby Wiggins RP Long-Legged Fly Oil 16 Charles Williams NEAC RWS Alex Paints Danny, 1977 Oil 48 Charles Williams NEAC RWS Alex Paints Danny, 1977 (Small) Oil 24 Charles Williams NEAC RWS Danny and The King, 1979 Oil 78 Charles Williams NEAC RWS Nikki and Some Men Oil 8 Jacqueline Williams NEAC Dancing Shadows Oil 27 Jacqueline Williams NEAC Glancing Sunlight Oil 37 Jacqueline Williams NEAC Red Table Oil 40 Jacqueline Williams NEAC Resting Nude Oil 16 Duncan Wood NEAC From the Outskirts Oil 16 Duncan Wood NEAC Late Afternoon Light: On the Water Monoprint, charcoal & bodycolour 9 Duncan Wood NEAC Trees, House & Garage Oil 16 Neale Worley NEAC RP Looking Beyond Oil 36 Martin Yeoman NEAC Garden Path, Summer Oil 38

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