NEAC Annual Exhibition 2022

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Annual Exhibition 2022



Front cover: Arthur Neal, Corner of the Studio Inside front cover: Robert E Wells, The Loneliness of a Long Distance Swimmer

Annual Exhibition 2022 23 June to 2 July, 10am to 5pm

Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1 www.neac.co.uk @newenglishart

Works are available to browse & buy at www.mallgalleries.org.uk 020 7930 6844 | info@mallgalleries.com | www.mallgalleries.org.uk


President’s Foreword Welcome to the 2022 NEAC Annual Exhibition. Our members will tell you these are the most important paintings they do each year, and as you can see, they have – yet again – really pulled it out of the bag! The open submission was as great in numbers and quality as it has ever been. We are delighted to be attracting such a wealth of talent. As ever, I would like to thank our sponsors and supporters including Richard & Alison Chenevix-Trench for their enduring generosity year on year and Chris Beetles who supports many of our individual artists in addition to his generosity to the Club as a whole. We are grateful, of course, to all our prize-givers and I am very pleased to announce two new prizes: ‘The Milner Prize for an Emerging Artist’ and ‘The Anthony J. Lester Art Critic Award’. Thank you to both donors. It has already been a good year for the NEAC, with successful exhibitions at Chris Beetles Gallery in February, and a selected show at Panter & Hall in March. We are back in post-lockdown force as a prominent exhibiting society! We have also made good progress in developing our new scholarship scheme which you can read about in the following pages. In the NEAC engine room, our incredible behind-the-scenes team of Barry O’Donovan and Jess Miller has developed a brand-new website with all the bells and whistles anyone could wish for. Do take a look at www.neac.co.uk Congratulations to Dennis Gilbert who, in January, joined Diana Armfield in the

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over-100 Club. He will tell you he is catching her up. We believe that to have two centenarians in our membership is a first for the Club’s history and we are delighted that both continue painting with full vigour. The NEAC is a society of artists who, for the most part, quietly get on with drawing, painting and printing. It is what drives us and what we live for. We are not by nature proficient self-publicists and whilst those in the know respect the Club, the NEAC sadly is not quite a household name. This is ‘sad’ in that if our qualities were better known, we could perhaps reach and empower those with promise who may not be in an economic position to consider the career of an artist as an option.

Thus, our future aim is to attempt to reach this hidden talent and to encourage and nurture it. The prizes we offer help towards this aim, as do our Education Programme’s classes and workshops; and our exhibitions provide a platform to showcase our offering. However, to spread the word, there is something our supporters and followers can do to help: Talk about us. Word of mouth is a powerful tool. It’s unlikely, this time next year, that we will be mentioned in households across the nation over bowls of cornflakes. But if something appeals to you on these walls, if you cannot buy it, tell someone about it. We hope you find something. Peter Brown PNEAC


Prizes & Awards

Patron

The Doreen McIntosh Prize £3,000 for rigour, immediate engagement with the visual, and a searching attitude

HRH The Prince of Wales

Chris Beetles Gallery Prize for Figurative Art Selected by Chris Beetles, £2,500 for a non-member artist

President Peter Brown

Officers

Vice President Sarah Spencer

The Hermione Hammond Drawing Award £2,000 for a drawing by an artist aged 35 or under

Hon Treasurer Colin Gardner

The Bowyer Drawing Prize £500

Keeper Charlotte Halliday

The Winsor & Newton Award £500 of art materials

New English Education Programme Curator Paul Newland

The Peter Ashley Framing Prize A bespoke picture frame to the value of £500, presented by The Artistic Framing Company

Friends Co-ordinator Patrick Cullen

The Michael Harding Award £500 of art materials

Membership Secretary Louise Balaam

The NEAC Critics’ Prize £250

Selection Committee

The Dry Red Press Award Winning work published as a greeting card

Louise Balaam Peter Brown Peter Clossick Tessa Coleman Patrick Cullen Alex Fowler Charlotte Halliday Benjamin Hope Julie Jackson Paul Newland Neil Pittaway Melissa Scott-Miller Sarah Spencer Toby Ward Charles Williams

The Anthony J. Lester Art Critic Award A certificate and cheque for £100 The Milner Prize for an Emerging Artist £500

Cherryl Fountain At Home with Waggis Chris Beetles Gallery Prize for Figurative Art 2021


NEAC Annual Lecture

Thomas Hennell was one of the three Jessica killed while Kilburn His watercolours . .serving . are in the great is of Second World in English thattradition. role inHethe course exceptionally spartan, andwas thinks no more forty-two, of physical War. He only but as his discomfort than a polar bear.’ edward bawden close friend Edward Bawden reflected, he had already ‘reached first rank among English watercolour draughtsmen.’ Indeed, Bawden added that he and Eric Ravilious, ‘regarded Tom as a man of genius.’

‘He is . . . the only person who gives me a feeling that he has a

artists to be wonderful genius. official He is scholar,war poet, painter and writer ...

Thomas Hennell The Land and the Mind Jessica Kilburn

The Land and the Mind

Thomas Hennell

The first major reappraisal of the life and work of watercolourist

In this year’s NEAC Annual Lecture, Jessica Kilburn – author of the recently published book, Thomas Hennell: The Land and the Mind (Pimpernel Press) – will describe who Hennell was, and illustrate why his work deserves to be more widely known today. She will show images of Hennell’s paintings and drawings (many discovered in private collections and never reproduced before), revealing an artist of a rare and versatile achievement.

and war artist Thomas Hennell in over thirty years THOMAS HENNELL (1903–45) said his aim was to ‘surprise his subject’ – to capture the transient quality of the moment. In watercolour he found his perfect medium, producing work which was, as his fellow artist Edward Bawden said, ‘fully expressive and technically perfect’. During an idyllic childhood in rural Kent Hennell discovered his love of the English countryside. He explored its fields, farms and woods, and later, travelling on a rusty old bicycle, developed an appreciation of England’s traditions and crafts. Much of his work records the countryside in a state of change, imbuing his sense of loss with poetic intensity. In the early 1930s, Hennell suffered a severe breakdown and later described the three years he spent in mental hospitals in his memoir The Witnesses (1938), an astonishing document in a period when stigma still attached to mental illness. Hennell’s remarkable talent for friendship survived his years of mental turmoil. Jessica Kilburn’s new biography brings Hennell the man vividly to life through extracts from his letters to friends and personal accounts by people who knew him. As this richly illustrated book shows, the artist’s final years were exceptionally productive. In 1943 Hennell was appointed an official war artist, yielding commissions in Iceland and northern Europe. After the pastoral evocations of inter-war England, his portrayal of war’s brutality is shocking: devastated French towns, emaciated prisoners of war. At the war’s end, Hennell received a final posting to the Far East. Tragically, he was caught up in the struggle for independence in Java and

Hennell was elected a member of the NEAC in 1943. His godson, Richard Bawden, is among the current members, and it was Richard’s father who summed Hennell up so adroitly: I S B N 978-1-910258-62-0

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in late October 1945 disappeared in circumstances which Jessica Kilburn recreates more fully than in any previous account. Thomas Hennell was born into a remarkable generation of English artists that included Eric Ravilious, John Piper, Graham Sutherland and Barbara Hepworth. His peers regarded him as one of their finest creative talents; Jessica Kilburn’s sensitive and deeply researched new biography

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restores this unjustly neglected artist to his rightful place in the history of twentieth-century English art.

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In the main he was a draughtsman, a watercolourist, and an illustrator; the subject was important for him & always treated with respect, with care, yet, at his best he added something more, a poetic quality arising from his love of the country & the occupations of the countryman. Edward Bawden

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‘Jessica Kilburn’s magnificent new biography... is so sympathetic, thoroughly researched and well-illustrated, that Hennell, unclassifiable individual that he was, can at last be seen to justify the claims made for him as the greatest English watercolourist of the twentieth century.’ Timothy Wilcox, The Burlington Magazine

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NEAC Events and Talks FRIDAY 24 JUNE 2022

The Magic of Drawing – Neil Pittaway NEAC Neil will talk about and demonstrate his love for drawing and the magic that he finds when creating his very complex concepts and ideas. Through this Neil will also talk about his process particularly through his approaches to drawing and his use of using traditional dip pen and ink to create highly detailed, complex historical, architectural, and other works. Morning talk: 11.30am–12.30pm Afternoon talk: 2pm–3pm Demonstration throughout the rest of the time and day MONDAY 27 JUNE 2022

Robert E Wells NEAC RBA Starting at 11.30am and spaced throughout the day.

The Changing Relationship between Artists and Galleries

The Process of Sketchbooks This will look at how sketchbooks are used in Robert’s work as an ongoing form of reference and evaluation. This session will also involve a couple of freehand sketches of work in progress, and an opportunity to see one of the artist’s actual leather-bound books being made. TUESDAY 28 JUNE 2022

Action: The Art of Painting the Moving Figure – Toby Ward NEAC Over the last 30 years Toby Ward has made a career working with the moving figure either at work or at play. At 2pm he will talk about this aspect of his work, what inspires it and how he goes about making these paintings and drawings. WEDNESDAY 29 JUNE 2022

Designing and Painting a Portrait Sketch in Oils – Andrew James NEAC RP

A look at the old school profile of The New Grafton, whereby artist profiles were nurtured, and commissions justified by the careful growth of the individual through to changing shopping habits and the online model increasing in dominance.

1pm–5pm

The Perception of Narratives

6pm: Doors 6.30pm: Lecture start Free, ticketed Book at www.mallgalleries.org.uk

Looking at the way people perceive their own experience and memories whilst engaging with the visual world.

A three hour demo which will include some preparatory drawing beforehand, and an hour’s Q & A after the demo.

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How to Buy • See more of the exhibition online where you can browse & buy the works at www.mallgalleries.org.uk • To purchase a work, please contact Mall Galleries at info@mallgalleries.com or on 020 7930 6844 • Every sale helps support not just the artist, but also Mall Galleries / Federation of British Artists (Registered Charity No. 200048). • Many of the artists are available to commission. • For details, please contact: commissions@mallgalleries.com • The works in the NEAC Annual Exhibition are all available to buy through the Own Art scheme • Own Art interest free loans make it easy and affordable to buy original, high quality contemporary art. Representative 0% APR. • Subject to status. Terms and conditions apply.


NEAC Education Programme 2022 ‘The Great Unlocking’ proceeded at pace as far as the NEAC’s Education Programme was concerned. Both the autumn and winter terms saw a number of classes given; again, at Heatherley’s School of Art; again, to diligent and enthusiastic students. I gave just one myself and it was a pleasure to see old friends as well as new faces in the creatively messy studio which the Principal of Heatherleys makes available to us. Hats off to her generosity. This has been my last year as Curator of the Education Programme. I took on the role at the request of the President when it became vacant in 2019, and it has not – of course – been a particularly straightforward business in the main. The pandemic, closed premises, restrictions and – above all – uncertainty, sent us into educational limbo for quite a time. But we are striding forward again. A new team, rather than just an individual, will take over the organisation of our Education Programme. Among other things, it is hoped that we may secure the use of premises at times other than just Saturdays and that regular life drawing sessions will again be provided.

Nicholas Baldion

Juliet Levy

Just like the old days. This year’s Scholars, Juliet Levy and Nicholas Baldion, have been energetic and have sought out NEAC artists (in their studios) to talk to, to observe, or in some instances, to work with. I think the process is instructive for the artists as well as for the Scholars: it does one good to be asked questions sometimes. This coming Scholarship year, 2022-23, will be the last under the present dispensation. Our Scholarships will take a new form as Pete the President has outlined elsewhere in the pages of this catalogue.

Nicholas Baldion

Paul Newland, Curator of the New English Education Programme

View our latest classes and workshops at www.neac.co.uk/events Find out more about the NEAC Scholarship application process at www.neac.co.uk/scholars

Juliet Levy


NEAC Scholarships – The Future One of the prime feathers in the cap of the NEAC Education Programme is our Scholarship scheme. Each year, we select two scholars who receive an award of £250, free access to all our classes and workshops, and mentorship from NEAC members of the scholars’ own choosing. It is an excellent scheme, but we would like to make it better. We are very keen to add a third scholarship, offering an award of £5,000. This has been generously backed by Bath-based property developer Trevor Osborne who is providing half the money and also offering studio space for a period of time in Porthleven alongside inclusion in the Porthleven Festival. If you would like to join in supporting this scheme, please get in touch (see below). We will be launching this new award in January 2023 with our first new £5,000 Scholar starting in June of that year. The support and encouragement of emerging artists is a really important aspect of the NEAC’s ethos which our members support wholeheartedly, happily giving their time to mentor and teach. Two years ago, we lost Ann Le Bas. She left much of her studio contents to the club. I was lucky enough to spend a day looking through her studio and her life’s work at her home in Devon. One picture sang out to me, and we are offering it for sale at this year’s exhibition. We are also offering an artist’s-proof etching made from the drawing. All proceeds will go towards the Scholarship scheme.

Ann Le Bas A Carpenter’s Bench, pencil on paper Ways you can support the NEAC Scholarship:

If you are interested in applying for a Scholarship:

• Become a Friend of the NEAC for just £35 per year or consider making a one-off donation. Find out more on our website at www.neac.co.uk

• We will announce details in January 2023. The best way to make sure you don’t miss out is to sign up for our email newsletters, which you can do via our website at www.neac.co.uk

• If you are interested in co-sponsoring the Scholarship (or a prize at next year’s Annual Exhibition) you can speak with Peter Brown any time on 07767 431 263 or email pete@peterbrownneac.com • Pledge to leave a gift in your will to the NEAC. Your lasting legacy will help the Club to continue championing the best in figurative art by supporting established and emerging artists.


Hooray for Halliday

It is no exaggeration to say that Charlotte Halliday has been quietly running the New English Art Club from behind the scenes for some 57 years. In August 2022, Charlotte will step down from her role as Keeper of the NEAC, a post she has held for 33 years. Charlotte was elected a member in 1958 whilst Rodney Burn was Honorary Secretary*. She joined the committee in 1965, by which time Burn had been replaced by Vincent Lines. Charlotte worked with Lines until his death in 1968, then with William Bowyer until 1998, and continued during the reign of the next five presidents. She was elected as Keeper (succeeding Edward Bishop) in 1989.

During Bill Bowyer’s term of office, she and Bob Brown formed a formidable duo. Full of energy, they were the swan’s legs frantically but effectively paddling below the surface of the water. Together they tirelessly catalogued our exhibitions, communicated with the membership, and sorted NEAC logistics, whilst we members moaned feebly about filling in our labels and floundered in our attempts to attach the right mirror plates or string to our pictures. Charlotte’s knowledge of the NEAC is unsurpassed. Her 64 years of membership and 57 years of service on the committee bring a unique understanding of the club’s evolution, including significant points,

*At this point in NEAC history, the club was headed by an Hon Sec rather than a President.

such as the birth of the FBA and the move from Suffolk Street to Mall Galleries. This knowledge, as well as her intelligence, cool head and sense of humour, have been of immeasurable value to the club. As each successive committee comes up with the next ‘big idea’, she refrains from rolling her eyes, referring instead to her archive of minutes, and informing us of the numerous times this ‘idea’ has already been raised and trialled in past years. Don’t think for a minute that Charlotte has not managed to keep up with the times. She skilfully operates her iPad (as indeed does her cat Alexander, according to her


Drawing of Charlotte drawing by her father Edward last Christmas card). Whilst not fond of them, she has embraced Zoom meetings, and partaken in online choir rehearsals. I will miss Charlotte’s beautifully scripted agendas and minutes, but most of all I shall miss her company on the committee, rocking up after negotiating London traffic from North London on her – now hybridelectric – bicycle. The debt we owe to Charlotte is incalculable and I would like to thank her (and indeed Bob while we are about it) on behalf of all the membership for keeping this ship afloat. Her father Edward was a founding member of the Federation of

British Artists. I wonder where would we all be if it weren’t for the Hallidays? While stepping aside from guiding the committee, she will remain Keeper of the Archive. Some years ago, she handed over a large amount of material to the Tate for its archive of the NEAC, but in her St John’s Wood home, the shelves of her ‘New English cupboard’ still sag under the weight of all sorts of documents: minutes, agendas, catalogues, posters and so forth… an invaluable record of meetings and exhibitions over the club’s 137-year history. Charlotte will continue, I hope, to be an intrinsic part of the NEAC proceedings – its

critics’ lunches and its communication with our members. As I write, she is still reminding me when we usually decide what. To be honest, I am not sure she will ever properly retire from looking after or ‘keeping’ us all. So let’s say it again from all of us: Thank you, Charlotte x by Peter Brown PNEAC


Diana Armfield A Bunch from Winter to Spring Oil 22 x 14 cm £2,900


Louise Balaam Salt Air, Mud Flats Oil on Canvas 100 x 100 cm £8,500


Tom Benjamin Fallen Tree, South Downs Oil on Linen 46 x 61 cm £1,400


Richard Bawden Lemon Tree and Amaryllis Watercolour 42 x 49 cm £1,200


Tim Benson Early Autumn Stream Oil on Board 30 x 40 cm £1,600


June Berry Geese by the Lake Oil 33 x 46 cm £1,500


James Bland Lovers in a Play Oil on Canvas 51 x 31 cm £850


Jane Bond Nature Morte Oil 43 x 36 cm £1,500


Francis Bowyer A Suffolk Sky Oil on Canvas 30 x 40 cm £1,750


Peter Brown Montagne L’Echelle, Aussois before the Last Lift Down Oil on Canvas 41 x 31 cm £4,250


Diana Calvert Hanging up the Bird Feeder Oil 25 x 23 cm £850


David Carpanini The Flight of the Navigator Acrylic 41 x 41 cm £3,250


Peter Clossick Lockdown Selfie Oil Panel 62 x 62 cm £3,800


Tom Coates A Good Read Oil on Board 38 x 53 cm £3,000


David Cobley Homage to Magritte Oil on Linen 38 x 25 cm £1,450


Tessa Coleman Six Weeks Later Oil on Canvas 85 x 64 cm £3,500


Jane Corsellis The Studio Table Oil 60 x 60 cm £7,500


Patrick Cullen Above and Below (Annapurna 3) Oil 89 x 107 cm £6,500


Paul Curtis Spring Flowers, Porthmeor Beach St Ives Acrylic and Oil on Board 69 x 69 cm £1,850


Saied Dai Amalfi Interior Oil, Muslin on Panel 93 x 60 cm £12,850


John Dobbs Mush the Dairy Cow Oil 40 x 50 cm £1,300


Alex Fowler Damascus Gate at Night Oil on Canvas 71 x 91 cm £5,000


Caroline Frood Through The Window, Evening Oil on Linen 97 x 87 cm £5,200


Judith Gardner Studio Interior Oil on Board 92 x 71 cm £980


Dennis Gilbert Hammerton’s Ferry Oil 40 x 60 cm £1,100


Anthony Green Self Portrait with Mirror Oil on Board with Supporting 38 x 38 cm £16,000


Charlotte Halliday Sunday Morning Jogger, Hamilton Terrace Pencil and Watercolour 23 x 19 cm £775


Paul Handley Study of a Roman Bust Oil on Canvas 18 x 14 cm £650


Charles Hardaker Still Life Trio Oil 40 x 50 cm £2,250


Clare Haward Still Life with Red Vase Oil on Linen 45 x 35 cm £1,300


Julie Held Iris Acrylic and Oil on Canvas 183 x 122 cm £7,500


Benjamin Hope Sea Shells Oil on Panel 31 x 31 cm £1,500


Mary Jackson Tom Painting on Snug Beach, Tasmania Oil on Canvas 41 x 51 cm £2,750


Julie Jackson Celia in Michael & Gilda’s Garden Oil on Canvas 46 x 61 cm £1,950


Andrew James The Old Record Shop, Hastings Oil on Canvas on MDF 41 x 56 cm £2,250


Craig Jefferson Daffodils 1 Oil on Panel 60 x 42 cm £2,600


Victoria Jinivizian Now, Not Yet Oil on Canvas 31 x 43 cm £825


Pamela Kay The Hoi An Bowl of Apricots Oil 20 x 20 cm £1,150


Michael Kirkbride The Attendant Oil on Canvas 137 x 92 cm £7,000


Peter Kuhfeld Waiting for the Ballet Class to Begin on Zoom, Wye, June 2020 Oil on Panel 23 x 23 cm £2,850


Jason Line Arrangement with Gourd Oil on Canvas 40 x 45 cm £2,000


Ann Le Bas A Carpenter’s Bench Pencil on Paper 17 x 13 cm £850


Andrew Macara Croatian Summer, Triptych Oil 20 x 25 cm £2,500


Bridget Moore Stroppy Girl Gouache 24 x 27 cm £825


Anthony Morris The Monmouth and Brecon Canal Oil 51 x 46 cm £2,500


Arthur Neal Corner of the Studio Oil on Board 101 x 91 cm £7,000


Paul Newland Little Dolls’ House and Flowers Watercolour and Gouache 23 x 18 cm £900


William Packer Sprig of Euphorbia Oil on Linen 61 x 61 cm £3,000


David Parfitt Trees and Brentford Tower Blocks Oil on Board 43 x 35 cm £1,500


Melvyn Petterson Rapeseed Field Sixhills Oil 17 x 34 cm £850


Richard Pikesley Western Sky, Eggardon Oil on Canvas 76 x 102 cm £4,900


Neil Pittaway Climate Conflagration Watercolour 25 x 33 cm £1,250


Simon Quadrat Children with Toy Car Oil on Canvas 51 x 61 cm £4,200


Charles Rake The Sound of Bird Song Oil on Board 33 x 35 cm £1,350


Susan Ryder Drawing Room Fragrantissimum Oil on Canvas 38 x 64 cm £3,000


Melissa Scott-Miller Joey by the Regents Canal Islington Oil on Canvas 80 x 80 cm £3,500


Daniel Shadbolt Flowers Oil 50 x 50 cm £900


Ann Shrager Elephant in Red with Two Mahouts Oil on Canvas 30.4 x 30.4 cm £2,600


Charlotte Sorapure Night Still Life Oil on Linen 61 x 46 cm £8,250


Richard Sorrell Small House Warming Oil on Canvas 60 x 69 cm £1,800


Sarah Spencer Whitstable Seascape Oil on Panel 70 x 100 cm £5,200


Ruth Stage Central Park Egg Tempera on Gesso Board 45 x 60 cm £1,900


Lorna Vahey Off of the Boiler House Oil 30 x 30 cm £675


Toby Ward Walking With a Whippet to the Feast of the Epiphany Oil on Panel 67 x 46 cm £5,000


Robert E Wells The Loneliness of a Long Distance Swimmer Oil on Panel 29 x 29 cm £1,450


Jenny Wheatley Overlooking the Ponds Acrylic on Canvas 71 x 91 cm £4,200


Michael Whittlesea Queen Victoria, St. Pauls Oil 51 x 61 cm £2,000


Charles Williams Happy Horse Oil 80 x 100 cm £4,500


Neale Worley In the Mirror Oil on Linen 40 x 35 cm £3,800


Martin Yeoman Still Life with Boots Oil on Canvas 76 x 71 cm £12,000


Name

Title

Medium Watercolour

Size (cm)

Framed

£

26.8 x 47

46.5 x 59.3

NFS

20.5 x 37.5

60 x 73.5

NFS

1

HRH The Prince of Wales

Corfu

2

HRH The Prince of Wales

The Castle of Mey from the Walled Garden Watercolour

3

Jack A Hewitt

Seven Thirty

Oil on Linen

40 x 50

4

Jacqueline Abel

Dark Mountain

Oil on Board

18 x 24

5

Kubra Aliyeva

Perspective

Oil

40 x 34

6

Richard Allen

Grace

Oil on Linen

30 x 24

32 x 26

1,200

7

Richard Allen

Rear Window View

Oil on Linen

71 x 30

76 x 35

800

8

Verity Amelia

Grandma

Oil on Board

30 x 21

35 x 26

850

9

Rachel Arif AMAFA

The Florist

Oil on Fabriano Paper

20 x 15

25 x 20

795

10

Diana Armfield HNEAC Hon PS RA

A Bunch from Winter to Spring

Oil

22 x 14

32.5 x 25

2,900

11

Diana Armfield HNEAC Hon PS RA

The Mysterious Orchid

Chalk Drawing

35 x 26

53.5 x 44

2,500

12

Michael John Ashcroft ROI MAFA

Evening Light, Manchester

Oil on Board

18 x 20

24 x 26

750

13

Sharron Astbury-Petit

Through The Window

Acrylic, Graphite and Colour

36 x 28

39 x 32

750

28 x 22

500

22 x 28

1,250 700 800

Pencil on Wood Panel

14

Caroline Atkins

The Pink Jug

Oil on Board

27 x 21

15

Louise Balaam NEAC

Green in the Air, the Weald

Oil on Panel

20 x 23

40 x 43

795

16

Louise Balaam NEAC

Moorland, Cloud Sweep

Oil on Canvas

70 x 70

95 x 95

5,500

17

Louise Balaam NEAC

Salt Air, Mud Flats

Oil on Canvas

18

Louise Balaam NEAC

Walking North, Estuary

Oil on Panel

19

Andrew Barrowman

Winter Track

20

Richard Bawden NEAC RWS RE

Cat (edition of 85, £300 u/f)

21

Richard Bawden NEAC RWS RE

22 23

100 x 100

8,500

20 x 23

40 x 43

795

Oil on Board

40 x 30

56 x 46

745

Lino Cut

50 x 49

74 x 72

385

Lemon Tree and Amaryllis

Watercolour

42 x 49

63 x 69

1,200

Richard Bawden NEAC RWS RE

Spring Flowers

Watercolour

36 x 32

63 x 57

885

Richard Bawden NEAC RWS RE

The Batterham Teapot

Watercolour

32 x 48

50 x 64

950

24

Melanie Bellis

Construction Lines (edition 2 of 40, £265 u/f)

Etching

57 x 38

67 x 54

325

25

Melanie Bellis

Overhead Conveyors (edition 2 of 40, £165 u/f) Etching

38 x 28

51 x 42

215

26

Tom Benjamin NEAC

Fallen Branches

Oil on Board

26 x 20

30 x 24

620

27

Tom Benjamin NEAC

Fallen Tree, South Downs

Oil on Linen

46 x 61

50 x 65

1,400

28

Tom Benjamin NEAC

Spring Fed Pond 2

Oil on Linen

62 x 46

66 x 50

1,400

29

Tom Benjamin NEAC

Woods in Spring

Oil on Linen

76 x 61

80 x 61

2,200

30

Tim Benson NEAC PROI RP

Angled Selfie

Oil on Board

30 x 25

36 x 31

1,500

31

Tim Benson NEAC PROI RP

Early Autumn Stream

Oil on Board

30 x 40

36 x 46

1,600

32

Tim Benson NEAC PROI RP

Elderly Lady

Oil on Board

25 x 20

31 x 26

1,200

33

Tim Benson NEAC PROI RP

Ian

Oil on Canvas

71 x 50

77 x 56

2,800

34

Kate Bentley SWA

Flurry

Oil on Panel

30 x 40

46 x 56

995

35

June Berry NEAC RE RWS

Geese by the Lake

Oil

33 x 46

40 x 53

1,500

36

June Berry NEAC RE RWS

The Mantelpiece

Watercolour

46 x 46

71 x 69

1,500

37

June Berry NEAC RE RWS

The Orange Tree

Watercolour

42 x 31

64 x 52

1,200

38

June Berry NEAC RE RWS

The Roof Garden

Oil

56 x 54

62 x 60

1,500

39

James Bland NEAC

Easdale

Oil on Canvas

56 x 97

62 x 103

1,800


Name

Title

Medium

Size (cm)

Framed

£

40

James Bland NEAC

Lovers in a Play

Oil on Canvas

51 x 31

57 x 37

850

41

James Bland NEAC

St Mary’s-by-the-Sea

Oil on Canvas

82 x 56

88 x 62

1,400

42

Jane Bond NEAC RP

Nature Morte

Oil

43 x 36

1,500

43

Anastasia Borodina

Self-Portrait in a Red Hat

Oil on Canvas

40 x 40

48 x 48

5,500

44

Anastasia Borodina

Self-Portrait in Fayum Style

Oil on Canvas

24 x 16

36 x 28

2,200 2,100

45

Francis Bowyer PPRWS NEAC Hon RE

A Quiet Day

Oil on Canvas

46 x 46

66 x 64

46

Francis Bowyer PPRWS NEAC Hon RE

A Suffolk Sky

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40

50 x 59

1,750

47

Francis Bowyer PPRWS NEAC Hon RE

Roses and Shadows

Oil on Board

25 x 30

43 x 47

1,250

48

Francis Bowyer PPRWS NEAC Hon RE

Storm Approaching

Oil on Canvas

88 x 113

100 x 125

6,500

49

Julienne Braham

Belonging

Oil on Canvas

46 x 63

62 x 79

1,900

50

Sue Bridge

Hats and Boots On

Acrylic on Paper

27 x 38

30 x 41

300

51

Ingrid Brown

Matthew on the Sofa

Oil

15 x 21

17 x 23

330

52

Peter Brown PNEAC RP PS ROI Hon RBA December 2021, Open Door

Oil on Board

61 x 41

68 x 48

5,850

53

Peter Brown PNEAC RP PS ROI Hon RBA From above the B3212 near Princetown,

Oil on Board

15 x 30.5

22.8 x 38

2,250

Dartmoor, Rain

54

Peter Brown PNEAC RP PS ROI Hon RBA Hattie in the Studio 2022

Oil on Canvas

122 x 107

129 x 113

18,250

55

Peter Brown PNEAC RP PS ROI Hon RBA Montagne L’Echelle, Aussois before the

Oil on Canvas

41 x 31

48 x 38

4,250

Last Lift Down

56

Robbie Bushe

Cross Section (Glenburn)

Oil on Panel

60 x 100

62 x 102

4,200

57

Robbie Bushe

Less than Ideal Homes Exhibition

Oil on Panel

100 x 81

120 x 102

4,700

58

Diana Calvert NEAC

April Flowers

Oil

19 x 23

32 x 36

700

59

Diana Calvert NEAC

Hanging up the Bird Feeder

Oil

25 x 23

38 x 36

850

60

Diana Calvert NEAC

Strawberries

Oil

20 x 25

33 x 38

750

61

Diana Calvert NEAC

Two Vases of Autumn Flowers

Oil

24 x 29

39 x 44

920

62

David Carpanini NEAC PPRE Hon RWS A Mirage in the Theatre of Imagination,

Acrylic

34 x 38

47 x 51

3,250

Portrait of Philip Bond

63

David Carpanini NEAC PPRE Hon RWS Last Shift (edition of 15)

Lino Cut

20 x 15

46 x 38

425

64

David Carpanini NEAC PPRE Hon RWS The Flight of the Navigator

Acrylic

41 x 41

57 x 57

3,250

65

David Carpanini NEAC PPRE Hon RWS There are None so Blind

Acrylic

49 x 49

74 x 74

4,250

66

Jonathan Chan

Dad, Evening

Oil on Canvas Board

20 x 20

23 x 23

500

67

Jonathan Chan

Lunchtime

Oil on Canvas

41 x 58

44 x 61

1,000

68

Diana Charnley

Look Out

Oil on Canvas

60 x 75

60 x 75

650

69

Colette Clegg

Three Beets

Oil on Canvas

20 x 20

30 x 30

595

70

Peter Clossick NEAC

Life Drawing

Oil Pastel on Paper

57 x 47

65 x 56

1,000

71

Peter Clossick NEAC

Lockdown Selfie

Oil Panel

62 x 62

68 x 68

3,800

72

Peter Clossick NEAC

Naked Lockdown 2021

Oil on Canvas

142 x 54

144 x 56

6,000

73

Peter Clossick NEAC

Pamela Reading

Oil Panel

60 x 60

65 x 65

3,200

74

Tom Coates RWS PPNEAC PPRBA RP

A Good Read

Oil on Board

38 x 53

46 x 61

3,000

75

Tom Coates RWS PPNEAC PPRBA RP

Mary Painting Overlooking

Oil on Canvas

61 x 71

76 x 91

5,500

The Dartmouth Estuary


Name

Title

Medium

Size (cm)

Framed

£

76

Tom Coates RWS PPNEAC PPRBA RP

The Bronze Horses of St Marks Basilica

Oil on Canvas

127 x 51

147 x 67

10,000

77

Tom Coates RWS PPNEAC PPRBA RP

Under the Rialto, Venice

Oil on Canvas

41 x 61

51 x 71

3,500

78

David Cobley NEAC RP

Homage to Magritte

Oil on Linen

38 x 25

38 x 25

1,450

79

David Cobley NEAC RP

The Irrelevance of Painting in Light

Oil on Linen

25 x 38

25 x 38

1,450

Hard Ground, Sugar Lift and

50 x 40

50 x 40

280

of World Events

80

Straighten your Tie (edition 7 of 25, £310 u/f)

Joanna Cohn

Aquatint Etching

81

Salome Coker

Founder’s Day, 1958

Oil on Paper

50 x 40

82

Austin Cole RBA

Beijing Street Cafe (edition of 30, £260 u/f)

Etching with Aquatint

14 x 28

35 x 51

340

83

Austin Cole RBA

Wear a Mask Borough Market

Etching with Aquatint

9 x 54

30 x 75

370

(edition of 30, £290 u/f)

84

Tessa Coleman NEAC

After the Operation

Oil on Gesso Panel

85

Tessa Coleman NEAC

Matthew in Paul’s Studio

86

Tessa Coleman NEAC

Six Weeks Later

87

Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS

88 89

1,370

76 x 100

4,200

Oil on Gesso Panel

91 x 122

96 x 128

6,500

Oil on Canvas

85 x 64

90 x 69

3,500

Evening Walkers

Etching

29 x 20

46 x 37

500

Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS

Susan’s Flowers

Oil

46 x 40

60 x 54

4,500

Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS

The Open Window

Oil

60 x 60

74 x 74

7,500

90

Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS

The Studio Table

Oil

60 x 60

74 x 74

7,500

91

Alex Cree

Self-Portrait with Phoenix and a Frog

Oil on Canvas

50 x 65

53 x 68

1,900

92

Rowan Crew Sen RBA

Roadside Oak, Smallhythe, Kent

Oil

43 x 43

58.5 x 58.5

1,750

93

James Crittenden Sen PS

Under the Chestnut in Winter, Spain

Etching

29 x 39

49 x 56

495

(edition 1 of 10, £395 u/f)

94

James Crittenden Sen PS

View from Studio (edition 1 of 10, £395 u/f) Etching

44 x 32

63 x 48

495

95

Patrick Cullen NEAC

Above and Below (Annapurna 3)

Oil

89 x 107

107 x 125

6,500

96

Patrick Cullen NEAC

Rocky Outcrop Catching the Evening

Oil

84 x 104

101 x 121

6,500

Charcoal

69 x 59

92 x 82

950

58 x 160

76 x 178

8,000

97

Patrick Cullen NEAC

Sun, Nepal Study for Rocky Outcrop Catching the

Evening Sun

98

Patrick Cullen NEAC

Venus and Mars Revisited

Pastel

99

Sean Cunningham

05/10/2021

Graphite on Paper

22 x 30

32 x 40

350

100

Sean Cunningham

26/03/2022

Oil on Board

24 x 30

28 x 34

500

101

Paul Curtis NEAC

Early Morning Mist, St Ives

Oil

26 x 22

29 x 25

525

102

Paul Curtis NEAC

Early Morning, Porthmeor Beach St Ives

Acrylic and Oil on Board

55 x 55

64 x 64

975

103

Paul Curtis NEAC

Spring Flowers, Porthmeor Beach St Ives

Acrylic and Oil on Board

69 x 69

76 x 76

1,850

104

Paul Curtis NEAC

Summer Flowers, Porthmeor Beach St Ives Acrylic and Oil on Board

48 x 48

55 x 55

765

105

Saied Dai NEAC RP

Amalfi Interior

Oil, Muslin on Panel

93 x 60

113 x 91

12,850

106

Andy Dakin

Isla, Watching

Pencil on Paper

20 x 28

34 x 42

340

107

John Dobbs NEAC SWLA

Diggerland

Oil

40 x 50

47 x 57

1,300

108

John Dobbs NEAC SWLA

Mush the Dairy Cow

Oil

40 x 50

47 x 57

1,300

109

John Dobbs NEAC SWLA

The Chess Looking Towards Croxley

Oil

40 x 50

47 x 50

1,300


Name

Title

Medium

Size (cm)

Framed

Oil

25 x 30

29 x 34

Oil on Linen Board

24 x 30

£

110

John Dobbs NEAC SWLA

The River Chess

111

Julie Dunster

Echinops And Studio Shadows

112

Charlie Eden

Oliver

Oil on Canvas

15 x 10

20 x 15

970

113

Ferha Farooqui

Street View

Acrylic Glaze on Wood Panel

78 x 61

82 x 65

4,995

114

Sarah Finch

An Arrangement of Leaves

Oil on Canvas

20 x 25

22 x 27

700

92 x 72

3,000

800 495

115

Cherryl Fountain

Listening for Roger

Watercolour on Paper

76 x 57

116

Alex Fowler NEAC

Orange Buildings, Civita Castellana

Oil on Canvas

61 x 51

1,500

117

Alex Fowler NEAC

Dominique

Oil on Canvas

48 x 38

1,200

118

Alex Fowler NEAC

Montenegro Sunset, Orange and Teal

Oil on Canvas Laid on Board

24 x 27

700

119

Alex Fowler NEAC

Damascus Gate at Night

Oil on Canvas

71 x 91

5,000

120

Caroline Frood NEAC

Through The Window, Evening

Oil on Linen

97 x 87

108 x 98

5,200

121

Inma Garcia-Carrasco

Nishinippori Market

Oil on Wooden Board

25 x 45

28 x 49

1,500

122

Judith Gardner NEAC RBA

Beach Study with Two Sailing Boats

Oil on Board

10 x 22

23 x 35

400

123

Judith Gardner NEAC RBA

Empty Beach Study

Oil on Board

14 x 45

27 x 58

700

124

Judith Gardner NEAC RBA

Paddlers in Mist

Oil on Board

18 x 26

31 x 39

550

125

Judith Gardner NEAC RBA

Studio Interior

Oil on Board

92 x 71

105 x 84

980

126

Jen Gash

Bathe

Oil on Board

60 x 60

62 x 62

900

127

Dennis Gilbert NEAC

Bridge at Mortlake

Watercolour

28 x 33

44 x 54

680

128

Dennis Gilbert NEAC

Hammerton’s Ferry

Oil

40 x 60

47 x 69

1,100

129

Dennis Gilbert NEAC

Richmond, Buccleuch Gardens, Summer

Oil

40 x 60

48 x 67

1,100

130

Dennis Gilbert NEAC

Strand-on-the-Green

Oil

40 x 60

50 x 71

1,250

131

Anthony Green

Self Portrait with Mirror

Oil on Board with Supporting

38 x 38

16,000

NEAC RA Hon RBA Hon ROI LG

Brass Rods

132

Charlotte Halliday HNEAC

Lockdown Narcissi

Pencil and Watercolour

25 x 23

42 x 36

750

133

Charlotte Halliday HNEAC

Narcissi in Ironstone Jug

Pencil and Watercolour

32 x 27

48 x 43

850

134

Charlotte Halliday HNEAC

Sunday Morning Jogger, Hamilton Terrace Pencil and Watercolour

23 x 19

38 x 33

775

135

Charlotte Halliday HNEAC

Willow on Willow

Pencil and Watercolour

23 x 19

38 x 33

750

136

Evangelia Hamilton

Whale of a Tale

Graphite on Four Pieces of Paper 80 x 80

100 x 100

500

137

Valerie Hamilton

Still Life

Poster Paint

67 x 62

69 x 64

700

138

Clementine Hanbury

Composition Study for Navy on Cream

Charcoal on Paper

28 x 16

139

Paul Handley NEAC

Study of a Roman Bust

Oil on Canvas

18 x 14

24 x 18

650

140

Charles Hardaker NEAC RBA

A Singing Owl

Oil

45 x 30

56 x 40

750

141

Charles Hardaker NEAC RBA

Still Life Reflection

Oil

50 x 60

60 x 70

3,000

142

Charles Hardaker NEAC RBA

Still Life Trio

Oil

40 x 50

50 x 80

2,250

143

Charles Hardaker NEAC RBA

Still Life with White Sphere

Oil

30 x 40

46 x 56

1,750

144

Clare Haward NEAC

Cyclamen IIIX

Oil on Linen

27 x 20

30 x 23

800

145

Clare Haward NEAC

Landscape, Bulgaria

Oil on Linen

35 x 40

38 x 43

1,200

146

Clare Haward NEAC

Still Life with Boat

Oil on Linen

35 x 48

38 x 51

1,400

147

Clare Haward NEAC

Still Life with Red Vase

Oil on Linen

45 x 35

48 x 38

1,300

148

Julia Hawkins ROI

Changing Room at the Old

Oil

48 x 34

54 x 40

700

Theatre Royal, Brighton

1,000


Name

Title

Medium

Size (cm)

Framed

149

Julia Hawkins ROI

Girl in Black Beret

Oil

40 x 31

46 x 37

1,400

150

Julia Hawkins ROI

Model Resting

Oil

60 x 40

66 x 46

2,000

151

Julie Held NEAC

A Tuscan Night

Acrylic and Oil on Canvas

18 x 13

1,000

152

Julie Held NEAC

In the Night

Acrylic on Canvas

92 x 122

3,500

153

Julie Held NEAC

Inside and Outside

Acrylic on Canvas

122 x 92

4,500

154

Julie Held NEAC

Iris

Acrylic and Oil on Canvas

183 x 122

7,500

155

Kate Herbert-Roche

March on the Downs

Oil on Board

30 x 30

31 x 31

156

Georgina Heywood-Smith

The View from Tory (edition 16 of 60, £120 u/f) Engraving

50 x 50

55 x 55

380

157

Jane Hodgson

Last of the Bass Nets

Crayons and Pastel

37 x 30

55 x 48

450

158

Benjamin Hope NEAC PS ROI RP RSMA Bathroom Tugboat

Oil on Panel

31 x 31

43 x 43

1,500

159

Benjamin Hope NEAC PS ROI RP RSMA Sea Shells

Oil on Panel

31 x 31

43 x 43

1,500

160

Benjamin Hope NEAC PS ROI RP RSMA Self Portrait in Swivel Chair

Oil on Canvas

76 x 46

88 x 58

4,500

161

Benjamin Hope NEAC PS ROI RP RSMA Tinka

Oil on Canvas

64 x 41

74 x 51

3,200

162

Charlotte Houlihan

Kitchen Window at Mum and Dad’s II

Oil on Cardboard

18 x 13

36 x 31

400

163

Felicity House PS

Heading Home

Oil

25 x 20

39 x 34

500

164

Tom Hudson-Davies

Washing Up

Oil Painting on Board

40 x 30

43 x 33

450

165

Owain Hunt

The Knitting Lady II

Oil on Linen

25 x 35

35 x 45

800

166

Owain Hunt

Peering at the Bloom of Youth

Oil on Linen

30 x 15

35 x 20

167

Genna Ivanoff

Prelude of the Spring / Premonition of War Oil on Canvas

100 x 80

168

Katherine Jackson

Self Portrait

Oil on Panel

26 x 20

169

Julie Jackson NEAC

Celia in Michael & Gilda’s Garden

Oil on Canvas

46 x 61

1,950

170

Julie Jackson NEAC

Gooseland, River Tavy

Oil on Canvas

31 x 41

1,400

28 x 22

£

650

750 9,500 600

171

Julie Jackson NEAC

Sand Land Sea & Sky, Kynance Cove

Oil on Canvas

41 x 41

1,450

172

Julie Jackson NEAC

The Deep Sea, Cape Cornwall

Oil on Canvas

31 x 51

1,400

173

Mary Jackson RWS NEAC

Mary’s Raspberry Jam

Oil on Board

174

Mary Jackson RWS NEAC

On the Studio Windowsill

175

Mary Jackson RWS NEAC

The Pottery Dog

176

Mary Jackson RWS NEAC

Tom Painting on Snug Beach, Tasmania

177

Andrew James RP NEAC

Paint Rag, Squashed Tin and Apple

25.5 x 35

51 x 62

950

Oil on Board

25 x 35

31 x 40

1,250

Oil on Board

25.5 x 35

51 x 62

959

Oil on Canvas

41 x 51

54 x 64

2,750

Oil on Canvas on MDF

41 x 16

45 x 20

1,400

178

Andrew James RP NEAC

The Church on Romney Marsh

Oil on Canvas on MDF

16 x 41

20 x 45

1,500

179

Andrew James RP NEAC

The Old Record Shop, Hastings

Oil on Canvas on MDF

41 x 56

45 x 60

2,250

180

Andrew James RP NEAC

Twisting Nude Figure

Charcoal on Paper

46 x 33

80 x 66

1,000 4,300

181

Craig Jefferson NEAC

Camel, Mirror and Sink

Oil on Panel

82 x 122

92 x 132

182

Craig Jefferson NEAC

Carnations and Bottle

Oil on Canvas

29 x 21

45 x 36

1,600

183

Craig Jefferson NEAC

Daffodils 1

Oil on Panel

60 x 42

70 x 52

2,600 2,600

184

Craig Jefferson NEAC

Daffodils 2

Oil on Panel

60 x 42

70 x 52

185

Victoria Jinivizian NEAC

Now, Not Yet

Oil on Canvas

31 x 43

45 x 57

825

186

Victoria Jinivizian NEAC

Roomfill

Oil on Canvas

34 x 46

39 x 50

850

187

Victoria Jinivizian NEAC

Things We Cannot Say

Oil on Canvas

29 x 23

43 x 38

680

188

Frederick Jones

Stadium (Berlin) (edition 5 of 50, £200 u/f)

Mezzotint

35 x 26

38 x 30

250


Name

Title

Medium

189

Stephen Jordan

The four seasons of Priory Park

Oil on Canvas

84 x 84

92 x 92

3,000

190

Alexander Kai

Bonfire Night

Oil on Paper

31 x 23

43 x 35

950

191

Pamela Kay NEAC Sen RBA RWS

Primroses in a Grey Mug

Oil

20 x 15

27 x 23

950

192

Pamela Kay NEAC Sen RBA RWS

The Dining Room, Giverny

Oil

23 x 28

38 x 43

1,550

193

Pamela Kay NEAC Sen RBA RWS

The Hoi An Bowl of Apricots

Oil

20 x 20

27 x 27

1,150

194

Jane Kelly

Corners

Oil Painting

30 x 30

195

Emil Kemp

Red Horse and Rider

oil

23 x 30

196

Michael Kirkbride NEAC

Finishing Touch

Distemper on Linen on Board

60 x 21

68 x 29

1,200

197

Michael Kirkbride NEAC

Skater, Hampstead

Distemper on Linen on Board

30 x 18

38 x 26

1,200

198

Michael Kirkbride NEAC

The Attendant

Oil on Canvas

137 x 92

143 x 98

7,000

199

Michael Kirkbride NEAC

The India Club

Oil on Canvas

137 x 92

143 x 98

7,000

200

Peter Kuhfeld NEAC RP

Late Morning, the Trevi Fountain, Rome

Oil on Panel

23 x 23

28 x 28

2,850

201

Peter Kuhfeld NEAC RP

Purcell, Suite No.1 for Harpsichord Z660,

Oil on Panel

28 x 41

32 x 46

3,850

Oil on Panel

23 x 23

28 x 28

2,850

Fenton House

202

Waiting for the Ballet Class to Begin

Peter Kuhfeld NEAC RP

Size (cm)

Framed

£

400 310

on Zoom, Wye, June 2020

203

Michael Lang

Study of Head - Matthew in Profile

Charcoal on Paper

57 x 40

72 x 52

475

204

Suzanne Lawrence

Autumn

Oil on Board

30 x 40

45 x 55

950

205

Ann Le Bas NEAC (1923–2020)

A Carpenter’s Bench

Pencil on Paper

17 x 13

206

Ann Le Bas NEAC (1923–2020)

A Carpenter’s Bench

Artists Proof, Etching

17 x 13

207

Kenneth Le Riche

Cow Repeated Appearing to Graze

Acrylic and Mixed Media on Panel 64 x 125

72 x 133

1,450

90 x 120

96 x 126

1,450 7,000

208

Kenneth Le Riche

850 450

on Constructed Column House, Giant Figures and

Oil, Pigment, Linseed Oil,

Perspectival Inconsistencies

and Collage on Panel

209

Dylan Leddington

Kenospia No. 4

Colour Pencil on Paper

59 x 86

65 x 91

210

Dene Leigh

Dismantled

Oil on Linen

65 x 50

65 x 50

1,950

211

Marie Lenclos

Over the Road

Oil on Canvas

30 x 40

34 x 44

1,450

212

Jason Line NEAC

Arrangement in Green, Cream and Grey

Oil on Canvas

35 x 40

37 x 42

1,800

213

Jason Line NEAC

Arrangement with Gourd

Oil on Canvas

40 x 45

44 x 49

2,000

214

Jason Line NEAC

Snow Fall

Oil on Canvas

60 x 92

62 x 94

2,800

215

Jason Line NEAC

Studio Corner

Oil on Canvas

50 x 75

52 x 77

2,400

216

Norman Long

Bedroom

Oil on Board

30 x 40

40 x 51

945

120 x 50

217

Craig Longmuir

Climbers on Stanage

Oil on Canvas

126 x 56

2,600

218

Sarah Lord

Back and Forth

Acrylic on Canvas Covered Board 31 x 31

35 x 35

550

219

Sharon Low

Time for tea III (2021 edition)

Linocut with Watercolour and Gold Ink 40 x 50

15 x 20

350 2,500

220

Andrew Macara NEAC

Croatian Summer, Triptych

Oil

20 x 25

35 x 101

221

Andrew Macara NEAC

Ice Tunnel, Selva, Italian Dolomites

Oil

35 x 40

55 x 61

1,800

222

Andrew Macara NEAC

Monkey Swimming Pool, India

Oil

50 x 61

71 x 81

2,500

223

Andrew Macara NEAC

Sledging, Gambols Lane,

Oil

66 x 101

86 x 121

4,750

High Peak, Derbyshire


Name

Title

Medium

Size (cm)

Framed

224

Nia Mackeown

Late Afternoon at Garn Fawr

Oil on Board

225

Jane Manning

Garden Still Life

Oil on Board

226

Tom Marsh AROI ARSMA

Afternoon Light and Victoriana

Oil on Board

227

Isaac Mckenzie

Artist at Work

228

Michael Middleton

Night Time

Watercolour and Acrylic

25 x 30

41 x 46

495

54 x 41

3,500

20 x 40

24 x 44

695

Hard Gound & Aquatint Etching 18 x 54

22 x 58

495

38 x 34

500

229

Howard Milton

Caught Red Handed

Oil

230

Lynda Minter

The Thames and the City

Oil on Canvas

56 x 56

76 x 76

2,500

71 x 92

76 x 97

231

Bridget Moore Sen RBA NEAC RWS Desert

2,500

Gouache

20 x 29

39 x 47

232

825

Bridget Moore Sen RBA NEAC RWS Magic Hoop

Gouache

26 x 21

45 x 39

790

233

Bridget Moore Sen RBA NEAC RWS Stroppy Girl

Gouache

24 x 27

43 x 45

825

234

Anthony Morris NEAC RP

Magdalen Bridge Oxford

Oil

56 x 41

71 x 56

2,500

235

Anthony Morris NEAC RP

Merton College Oxford

Oil

61 x 76

79 x 91

2,500

236

Anthony Morris NEAC RP

Sweet Peas

Oil

35 x 28

45 x 38

950

237

Anthony Morris NEAC RP

The Monmouth and Brecon Canal

Oil

51 x 46

63 x 60

2,500

238

Joe Morzuch

Pale Vase

Oil on Canvas on Panel

43 x 43

45 x 45

1,750

239

Joe Morzuch

Wooden Basket

Oil on Canvas on Panel

43 x 43

45 x 45

240

Billy Munden

Cara’s Chair

Oil on Plywood

110 x 110

241

Jason Munro

Little Mouse

Oil

30 x 23

33 x 26

900

242

Robbie Murdoch

Abandoned Mill Houses, Mill Avon

Oil on Board

30 x 26

38 x 34

650

243

Arthur Neal NEAC

Changing

Oil on Board

92 x 98

100 x 106

244

Arthur Neal NEAC

Corner of the Studio

Oil on Board

101 x 91

108 x 97

7,000

245

Arthur Neal NEAC

Ending

Oil on Board

35 x 40

47 x 52

2,000

246

Arthur Neal NEAC

Pink Dress II

Oil on Paper

23 x 15

38 x 30

950

247

Kate Newington

Havana Afternoon

Pastel and Mixed Media on Paper 35 x 35

47 x 47

350

248

Paul Newland NEAC RWS

Ice

Oil on Canvas

71 x 102

74 x 105

4,000

249

Paul Newland NEAC RWS

Little Dolls’ House and Flowers

Watercolour and Gouache

23 x 18

45 x 42

900

250

Paul Newland NEAC RWS

River, Road, Autumn

Oil on Board

31 x 41

33 x 43

950

251

Paul Newland NEAC RWS

Town Becoming Dark

Oil on Canvas

46 x 63

49 x 66

2,000

252

Liam O’Farrell

A Bee in a Country Allotment

Oil on Canvas

110 x 75

124 x 89

8,000

253

Hermione Owen

Bishop of Llandaff

Oil on Board

27 x 19

47 x 39

600

254

William Packer NEAC Hon RBA Hon PS Leaning Over

Oil on Linen

61 x 51

65 x 54

2,800

255

William Packer NEAC Hon RBA Hon PS Poles Apart

Oil on Linen

61 x 61

65 x 65

3,000

256

William Packer NEAC Hon RBA Hon PS Sprig of Euphorbia

Oil on Linen

61 x 61

65 x 65

3,000

257

Shanti Panchal Hon RBA

The Terrace

Watercolour

100 x 75

123 x 97

16,000

258

David Parfitt NEAC

Balcony Bright Light

Oil on Board

61 x 51

62 x 52

2,500

259

David Parfitt NEAC

Pink Spring

Oil on Board

71 x 41

72 x 42

2,500

260

David Parfitt NEAC

Trees and Brentford Tower Blocks

Oil on Board

43 x 35

44 x 36

1,500

261

Alexander Pemberton

Red Tower with Figures

Oil on Board

60 x 46

65 x 51

1,500

262

Melvyn Petterson NEAC RBA

Hot Day France

Oil

24 x 34

42 x 52

950

263

Melvyn Petterson NEAC RBA

Rapeseed Field Sixhills

Oil

17 x 34

29 x 47

850

18 x 15

£

1,750 4,500

6,500


Name

Title

Medium

264

Melvyn Petterson NEAC RBA

St. Anthonys Bank

Oil

265

William Pierce

Cockburn Street

266

William Pierce

Upper Grosvenor Road

Conte Crayon and Charcoal

Size (cm)

Framed

£

27 x 39

45 x 55

1,250

Charcoal and Oil Pastel on Paper 41 x 29

54 x 44

375

48 x 29

62 x 43

375

on Paper

267

Richard Pikesley PPNEAC RWS

Last Frost, Sheep at the Hay Feeder

Oil on Board

15 x 25

32 x 42

800

268

Richard Pikesley PPNEAC RWS

Late Afternoon, Low Spring Tide,

Oil on Board

20 x 61

37 x 78

1,750

Lyme Regis Slip

269

Richard Pikesley PPNEAC RWS

Long View to the Sea, West Dorset

Oil on Board

10 x 33

27 x 50

750

270

Richard Pikesley PPNEAC RWS

Western Sky, Eggardon

Oil on Canvas

76 x 102

94 x 120

4,900

271

Neil Pittaway NEAC

Climate Conflagration

Watercolour

25 x 33

62 x 82

1,250

272

Neil Pittaway NEAC

Striking Climate

Pen and Ink on Paper

50 x 34

68 x 48

1,500

273

Neil Pittaway NEAC

The Beauty of Our World is Being Broken

Pen and Ink on Paper

181 x 154

181 x 154

8,950

274

Neil Pittaway NEAC

Tour Eiffel since 15th May 1889

Pen and Ink on Paper

66 x 24

86 x 41

1,250

275

Chris Polunin

Waves Crashing

Oil on Linen

24 x 60

25 x 61

970

276

Ian Price

Matt, March

Oil on Canvas

51 x 41

55 x 45

800

277

Simon Quadrat NEAC

Children with Toy Car

Oil on Canvas

51 x 61

64 x 76

4,200

278

Simon Quadrat NEAC

Dockside Houses

Oil on Panel

81 x 102

86 x 107

8,400

43 x 48

53 x 58

2,800

71 x 51

81 x 61

1,850

279

Simon Quadrat NEAC

Impossible Love

Oil on Board

280

Charles Rake NEAC

Paris

Oil on Canvas

281

Charles Rake NEAC

The Green Dress

Oil on Canvas

51 x 71

61 x 81

1,850

282

Charles Rake NEAC

The Night Train

Oil on Canvas

82 x 61

92 x 71

2,650

283

Charles Rake NEAC

The Sound of Bird Song

Oil on Board

33 x 35

50 x 52

1,350

284

Marina Renee-Cemmick

Luca

Oil on Canvas

107 x 81

117 x 91

6,400

285

Georgina Rey

Barford Mill, Morning Light

Oil

15 x 20

25 x 30

800

286

Georgina Rey

Buriton Farm, South Downs

Oil

15 x 20

25 x 30

650

287

David Riches

Walberswick Beach

Oil

30 x 60

44 x 74

1,750

288

Elliot Roworth

Hove Park Light Effect

Oil

51 x 20

61 x 30

595

289

Elliot Roworth

Marlborough Place, Brighton

Oil

51 x 20

61 x 30

595

290

Susan Ryder NEAC RP

Drawing Room Fragrantissimum

Oil on Canvas

38 x 64

51 x 76

3,000

291

Susan Ryder NEAC RP

The Dressing Table

Oil on Canvas

41 x 51

58 x 69

2,500

292

Tushar Sabale

Midnight Snack

Oil on Board

30 x 25

35 x 30

650

293

Glyn Saunders

Holy Trinity Through Trees

Oil

20 x 25

33 x 37

450

294

John Scott Martin PRSMA

Building HMS Glasgow (edition 1of 10, £525 u/f) Mixed Media Linocut

45 x 45

64 x 64

610

295

David Scott Moore

Wild Brooks in Winter

Oil on Panel

28 x 37

42 x 52

1,100

296

Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP

Canonbury Square in Spring

Oil on Canvas

40 x 40

900

297

Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP

February Sunshine in Colebrook Row,

Oil on Canvas

60 x 60

2,500

Islington with Young Mother and Baby

298

Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP

Islington Spring Back Gardens

Oil on Canvas

80 x 80

3,500

299

Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP

Joey by the Regents Canal Islington

Oil on Canvas

80 x 80

3,500

300

Daniel Shadbolt NEAC

Flowers

Oil

50 x 50

53 x 53

900


Name

Title

Medium

Size (cm)

Framed

£

301

Daniel Shadbolt NEAC

Green Kimono

Oil

21 x 21

23 x 23

400

302

Daniel Shadbolt NEAC

Large Still Life

Oil

82 x 100

85 x 102

1,900

303

Daniel Shadbolt NEAC

Tree

Oil

26 x 31

28 x 33

304

Ann Shrager NEAC

Elephant in Red with Two Mahouts

Oil on Canvas

30.4 x 30.4

45.7 x 45.7

2,600

305

Ann Shrager NEAC

Fisherman and Lady in Pink

Oil on Canvas

40.6 x 30.4

40.5 x 50.8

3,000

306

Ann Shrager NEAC

Spring Flowers

Oil on Panel

30.4 x 30.4

45.7 x 45.7

2,500

307

Ann Shrager NEAC

Zebra and Boy

Oil on Panel

50.8 x 50.8

70 x 70

4,600

750

308

Mike Skinner

Dark Lane to Skiveralls

Oil, Acrylic, Pen, Graphite on Board

37 x 35

57 x 54

675

309

Christopher Slater

Evening Sunset Wentworth Village

Oilson Panel

17 x 20

30 x 36

685

310

Laura Smith

Glimmering Mismatch

Oil on Linen

61 x 71

61 x 71

2,800

311

Laura Smith

Mouths Full of Honey

Oil on Linen

71 x 91

71 x 91

3,400

312

Laura Smith

The March of the Wands

Oil on Linen

81 x 66

81 x 66

3,100

313

Charlotte Sorapure NEAC

Night Still Life

Oil on Linen

61 x 46

78 x 63

8,250

314

Charlotte Sorapure NEAC

Spring

Oil, Linen on Panel

35 x 40

54 x 59

4,250

315

Richard Sorrell Sen RBA NEAC PPRWS A Funny Thing

Oil on Board

49 x 61

57 x 69

1,750

316

Richard Sorrell Sen RBA NEAC PPRWS Small House Warming

Oil on Canvas

60 x 69

68 x 76

1,800

317

Richard Sorrell Sen RBA NEAC PPRWS Two Children and a Vase

Oil on Board

46 x 61

54 x 69

1,300

318

Richard Sorrell Sen RBA NEAC PPRWS Two People on a Sofa

Oil on Canvas

45 x 76

53 x 84

2,100

319

Sarah Spackman RBA AROI

Three Apricots

Oil on Board

20 x 20

32 x 32

950

320

Sarah Spencer VPNEAC

Whitstable Evening

Oil on Panel

45 x 80

62 x 97

4,950

321

Sarah Spencer VPNEAC

Whitstable Seascape

Oil on Panel

70 x 100

87 x 117

5,200

322

Ruth Stage NEAC

Central Park

Egg Tempera on Gesso Board

45 x 60

49 x 64

1,900

323

Ruth Stage NEAC

From the Ramble Central Park

Egg Tempera on Gesso Board

45 x 60

49 x 64

1,900

324

Ruth Stage NEAC

Holkham Pools

Egg Tempera on Gesso Board

26 x 35

30 x 39

800

325

Ruth Stage NEAC

The Harbour Wall

Egg Tempera on Gesso Board

40 x 60

44 x 64

1,900

326

Johan Stegmann

The Apocalypse by Horseback (Niemand

Hardground Etching with Aquatint

15 x 20

35 x 38

210

gaan my Niks vertel nie) (edition 7 of 10, £195 u/f)

327

Lucinda Stephens

Cave System Cumbria

Charcoal

76 x 57

500

328

Lucinda Stephens

Dark Woods to Light

Charcoal

55 x 43

450

329

Natalia Stoyanova

Dima

Charcoal

55 x 65

55 x 65

1,800

330

Richard Swann

Near Jevington

Oil

21 x 26

31 x 36

350

331

David Thomas ARSMA

Venetian Garden

Watercolour

46 x 28

62 x 44

800

332

Andrew Torr

East from Albert Bridge

Oil on Canvas

100 x 100

106 x 106

333

Alison Trask

Cowshed

Oil on Board

21 x 33

27 x 39

450

334

Philip Tyler

A Dark Switch

Oil on Board

30 x 30

40 x 40

800

335

Lorna Vahey NEAC

Making the Horse

Oil

42 x 43

47 x 47

850

336

Lorna Vahey NEAC

Off of the Boiler House

Oil

30 x 30

35 x 35

675

337

Lorna Vahey NEAC

On the Hogs Back

Oil

33 x 33

38 x 38

700

338

Lorna Vahey NEAC

Walking Monty

Oil

25 x 20

30 x 25

500

339

Richa Vora

Cohesion

Mixed Media on Canvas

50 x 40

4,800

865


Name

Title

Medium

Size (cm)

Framed

340

Richa Vora

Motherhood

341

John Walsom ROI RSMA

Waterloo Deliveroo

Mixed Media on Print

18 x 31

33 x 42

625

Oil on Canvas

76 x 61

87 x 72

3,300

342

Toby Ward NEAC

Alta Badia in Winter

Oil on Canvas

343

Toby Ward NEAC

Map Reading on the North Coast of Scotland Oil on Panel

60 x 90

5,500

344

Toby Ward NEAC

Street Cafe

Oil on Canvas

80 x 80

6,500

345

Toby Ward NEAC

Walking with a Whippet to the Feast of

Oil on Panel

67 x 46

5,000

102 x 127

£

10,950

the Epiphany

346

Jeanette Watkins

The Hallway

Oil on Canvas

28 x 21

31 x 23

500

347

Grant Watson

Fish and Ice

Oil on Canvas

30 x 21

38 x 30

950

348

Grant Watson

Fish Platter

Oil on Fabriano Tela Paper

33 x 50

39 x 56

1,600

349

Grant Watson

Sea Front

Oil on Fabriano Tela Paper

33 x 50

41 x 61

1,600

350

Michael Weller

In the Garden

Paint Sticks and Marker Pens

25 x 50

36 x 61

2,500

351

Michael Weller

Looking-glass Creatures

Oil Colour on Canvas Board

25 x 30

36 x 41

500

352

Michael Weller

March Mandarins

Oil Colour on Canvas Board

21 x 63

31 x 73

750

353

Robert E Wells NEAC RBA

Bed in the Corner

Oil on Panel

27 x 37

45 x 56

1,450

354

Robert E Wells NEAC RBA

Evensong Morley

Oil on Panel

25 x 34

39 x 48

1,295

355

Robert E Wells NEAC RBA

The Loneliness of a Long Distance Swimmer Oil on Panel

29 x 29

43 x 43

1,450

356

Robert E Wells NEAC RBA

White Scarves

Oil on Panel

61 x 61

70 x 70

3,950

357

Dave West

The Plough & The Silage Trailer

Oil

20 x 25

30 x 35

700

358

Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS

Cosy Interior

Acrylic on Canvas

71 x 91

86 x 106

4,200

359

Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS

Overlooking the Ponds

Acrylic on Canvas

71 x 91

86 x 106

4,200

360

Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS

Rhubarb and Custard

Acrylic on Canvas

61 x 61

76 x 76

2,600

361

Max White

Grey Evening from Putney Bridge

Oil on Board

25 x 20

41 x 36

475

362

Max White

Sunset Over Edinburgh

Oil on Board

24 x 30

40 x 46

625

363

John Whitehill

Memory or Dream

Oil on Canvas

60 x 75

1,200

364

Michael Whittlesea NEAC RWS

A Procedure, October 2022

Oil

41 x 36

43 x 39

2,000

365

Michael Whittlesea NEAC RWS

Queen Victoria, St. Pauls

Oil

51 x 61

53 x 63

2,000

366

Michael Whittlesea NEAC RWS

Rabbit Hutch

Oil

41 x 51

44 x 55

2,000

367

Katrina Wilkie

Frosty Sunflower Field

Acrylic on Board

31 x 41

34 x 44

580

368

Charles Williams NEAC

Happy Horse

Oil

80 x 100

369

Charles Williams NEAC

Pink Horse V6

Oil

40 x 50

1,350

370

Charles Williams NEAC

Speckled Horse V3

Oil

80 x 100

4,500

371

Charles Williams NEAC

Speckled Horse V5

Oil

45 x 50

1,350

372

Kate Wilson

The Bin

Oil on Board

21 x 16

24 x 19

800

373

Kate Wilson

Translucent

Oil on Board

21 x 16

24 x 19

800

374

Julian Woodward

Broken Fence

Oil on Panel

61 x 44

375

Neale Worley NEAC RP

In the Mirror

Oil on Linen

40 x 35

48 x 43

376

Neale Worley NEAC RP

Own It

Oil on Linen

40 x 30

48 x 38

377

Martin Yeoman NEAC RP

Still Life with Boots

Oil on Canvas

76 x 71

12,000

378

Johanna Zhang

Line of Flight

Oil on Linen

66 x 56

800

4,500

1,200 3,800 3,400


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