New English Art Club Annual Exhibition 2020

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The New English Art Club

Annual Exhibition 2020

Annual Exhibition 2020


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Registered Charity 295780

Patron HRH The Prince of Wales

Prizes and Awards

Officers

The Chris Beetles Gallery, St James’s London Award for Figurative Art Selected by Chris Beetles. £2,500 for a non-member artist

President Peter Brown Front cover: Sarah Spencer VPNEAC RAS, Seasalter Seascape (detail); back cover: Michael Kirkbride NEAC, King and Queen

Selection Committee

Vice President Sarah Spencer

Louise Balaam Peter Brown Tessa Coleman Paul Curtis

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

Hon Treasurer Colin Gardner Keeper Charlotte Halliday Publications Alex Fowler New English Education Programme Curators Paul Newland Daniel Shadbolt Friends Co-ordinator Patrick Cullen

Charlotte Halliday Benjamin Hope

The Bowyer Drawing Prize Selected by the Bowyer family, £1,000

Julie Jackson

The Winsor & Newton Award Art materials to the value of £500

Neil Pittaway

Paul Newland

Sarah Spencer

The Peter Ashley Framing Prize A bespoke picture frame to the value of £500, presented by The Artistic Framing Company The Dry Red Press Award Winning work published as a greeting card with sales royalties going to the artist

Membership Secretary Louise Balaam

Exhibition runs 11 to 21 November 2020 at Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1 020 7930 6844

info@mallgalleries.com

www.mallgalleries.org.uk/neac @newenglishart

www.newenglishartclub.co.uk


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How to Visit The exhibition runs 11-21 November at Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1. Nothing beats seeing the paintings ‘in the flesh’ so do visit in person if you can. To ensure that the gallery environment is as safe as possible, things will be a little different this year: •

You will need to book a timed ticket online at mallgalleries.org.uk/neac to ensure numbers in the gallery remain at safe levels.

Social distancing will apply. Please keep two metres apart from other visitors unless you are from the same household.

You will be required to wear a face covering (covering your mouth and nose) when inside the gallery.

There will be a one-way system in place.

There will be hand sanitising points.

Toilet facilities will be open and cleaned more regularly.

The café and bookshop will remain closed until 2021.

Any payments will be by card, contactless where possible.

This is all subject to change depending on the latest government advice and regulations so please check mallgalleries.org.uk/neac before you set off, and follow instructions when you arrive. Admission is £5, or free for Friends of Mall Galleries, NEAC Friends and under 25s. Concessions available. Recipients of this catalogue can visit for free by entering code NEAC-VIP when booking.

How to Buy •

See more of the exhibition online where you can browse & buy the works at www.mallgalleries.org.uk/neac

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 the 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 New English Art Club 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.

Diana Calvert, Tulip and Wallflowers in the Bird Jug Oil 39 x 37.5 cm £650


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Note from the President by Peter Brown, President

Since our last exhibition, the world has been shaken by dramatic changes that have threatened and inhibited many aspects of our lives. Amidst the dislocation, however, some things have not merely survived, but have thrived and flourished. Art – the making of it and the enjoyment of it – has remained as a compelling constant. Many of our artists have expressed a common feeling of guilty freedom, “We can just paint.” Our audiences similarly have turned to art with a real hunger during this period. This burgeoning amidst troubled times can be seen periodically within the history of the New English Art Club. In 2023, we will exhibit for the seventh time with the Victoria Art Gallery in Bath, whose archives reveal – remarkably – that three of these exhibitions were held during the Second World War. Fittingly, our annual lecture this year by David Boyd Haycock looks at the five ‘crisis of brilliance’ painters: Spencer, Nash, Nevinson, Gertler and Carrington, whose careers were dramatically shaped by the First and Second World Wars.

Looking to our current membership, we can share the wonderful news that Diana Armfield celebrated her 100th birthday this year, but that also we sadly lost Ann Le Bas. We draw inspiration from both these extraordinarily strong women: their positivity and attitude to art and life is an example to us all. We imagine Ann would have been undaunted by current troubled times. Diana similarly appears able to take all in her stride – in Wales one minute, in Kew the next, writing long letters to friends and colleagues, and painting at the height of her powers. They are a reminder that beyond stoicism, this show should be a celebration of the human spirit. An important factor in the success of the New English is the support of our followers and friends, in particular the generosity of Richard and Alison Chenevix-Trench and the backing of Chris Beetles who exhibited our members at his gallery in February. Support from both has amongst other things helped us produce this catalogue to reach those that may not be able to visit the exhibition in London. Chris Beetles has also offered one of two new prizes, both to encourage new talent: The Chris Beetles Gallery Award for Figurative Art for a non-member and the Hermione Hammond Drawing Award for an artist aged 35 or under. Visiting exhibitions has been transformed recently. There is more room, less bustle and at the Mall Galleries with its large, calm, spaces, the COVID-secure layout is proving a very congenial way to view paintings. If you feel comfortable travelling, I urge you to visit. If you cannot make it to the gallery, please enjoy this catalogue and visit the exhibition and all the events we have online. We miss the parties and the contact but the painting goes on! Peter Brown President, New English Art Club

Events, Talks & Tours Exclusively online With safety in mind, all our events surrounding the Annual Exhibition will be online this year. Further details and instructions on how you can view the events are available on the Mall Galleries website. Wednesday 11 November, 5pm NEAC President Peter Brown introduces the winners of this year’s prizes and awards, exclusively online. Saturday 14 November, 12 noon ‘Creative Women’. Melissa Scott-Miller and Julie Jackson film each other in discussion & talk with other women artists from the New English Art Club. Monday 16 November, 10:30am Virtual Exhibition Tour with Louise Balaam NEAC. Wednesday 18 November, 1:30pm Annual Lecture (online) ‘The Slade School of Art and the NEAC, c.1908-1914’ by David Boyd Haycock. Friday 20 November, 11am Live Painting Demonstration with Peter Brown. Peter Brown, Summer Morning Light, The Studio Oil 122 x 51 cm £8,000


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The Slade and the Early History of the New English Art Club by David Boyd Haycock It was less than a decade after its foundation in 1885 that the New English Art Club developed its close link with the Slade School of Art. This association lasted at least up until the outbreak of the First World War and would see some of the most important young British modernists first exhibiting their work with the NEAC in the first years of the twentieth century. The relationship began in 1892, when one of the NEAC’s founder members, Frederick Brown, was appointed Slade Professor. The Slade had been founded in 1871 as part of University College London, and its first two professors, Sir Edward Poynter and Alphonse Legros, established a tradition of fine draughtsmanship whilst simultaneously revitalising artistic connections between England and France. This was such that in 1917, a critic would write of Legros’ ‘great services at the Slade school in rescuing our younger British painters from insularity and bringing them into touch again with the great schools of European painting’.1 This was important since one rejected choice for the NEAC’s title had been ‘the Society of Anglo-French Painters.’ Fred Brown (no relation to the Club’s current President) continued this close association with France. He had himself studied at the Slade and was particularly influenced by that then still relatively new French artistic movement, Impressionism. He quickly went on to appoint two other members of the NEAC as – respectively – his tutors of painting and drawing at the Slade: Philip Wilson Steer and Henry Tonks. Another friend, Walter Sickert, had also briefly studied at the Slade and was also a member of the


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NEAC. Steer and Sickert were two of the most exciting and prominent British artists then at work and Sickert, moreover, was also one of the country’s most important writers on art. It was almost inevitable that the fortunes of Slade’s students and the Club’s younger membership would become closely linked. Thus in 1901, in a review of the NEAC’s spring exhibition, The Athenaeum observed that the ‘rising generation of artists, those who are but just emerging from the schools, are year by year taking a more assured position at the New English Art Club.’ Two artists picked out for particular praise, Ambrose McEvoy and William Orpen, had both only recently left the Slade. By the autumn, the same journal was noting that it was ‘the younger men, those who had barely left the schools,’ who had been ‘the most prominent’ exhibitors in the spring – though it was felt that the young Gwen John had ‘not come up to the promise of the last two exhibitions’.2 It was at the NEAC that the work of the most notorious name in early twentieth-century British art was first exhibited to public acclaim. In November 1903, The Athenaeum praised a painting by Gwen John’s younger brother Augustus as ‘one of the best portraits which we have ever seen at the New English Art Club. We cannot doubt that the man who can do this, with all its shortcomings ... must at once take a place in the front rank of contemporary artists.’3 Augustus John’s biographer, Michael Holroyd, has observed that by 1910, John dominated the NEAC to such an extent that ‘his failure to send in work to their exhibitions itself became headline news.’4 But whilst John

showed his work less frequently with the Club, his presence there – and the continued presence of Brown, Steer and Tonks at the Slade – encouraged subsequent generations of Slade students to continue to do the same. It was thus the hanging jury of the NEAC that made judgment on early work by the likes of David Bomberg, Mark Gertler, Paul Nash and C.R.W. Nevinson. And it was at the NEAC that some of the most important works by the young Stanley Spencer were first seen. It was another Slade student, Percy Wyndham Lewis, who helped drive nails into the coffin of this relationship. His short-lived organisation, the Rebel Art Club, was one of a number of groups that appeared in the years around 1910, the period immediately associated with Roger Fry’s landmark exhibition, ‘Manet and the Post-Impressionists.’ This sudden proliferation of varying and sometimes overlapping alliances and show places included the critic Frank Rutter’s Allied Artists Association, Vanessa Bell’s Friday Club, Robert Bevan’s Cumberland Market Group, Fry’s Omega Workshops, Sickert’s Camden Town Group, Lewis’s Vorticist movement and – perhaps most significantly of all – the establishment in 1913 of the London Group. With the arrival of the avant-garde, the New English started to look very passé indeed. Nonetheless, as Kenneth McConkey has pointed out in his excellent history of the Club, even in 1920 The Athenaeum could describe the NEAC as ‘the Mecca of the Slade School students, who habitually make their bow to the public at its exhibitions ... [The club] stands for something more tremendous to them – it stands for ART.’5

Charles Aitken, ‘English nineteenth-century art at the National Gallery’, The Burlington Magazine, July 1917 2 The Athenaeum, 20 April 1901 and 30 November 1901 3 The Athenaeum, 21 November 1903 4 Michael Holroyd, Augustus John: The New Biography (London: Vintage, 1997), 334 5 The Athenaeum, 9 January 1920, quoted in Kenneth McConkey, The New English: A History of the New English Art Club (London: Royal Academy of Arts, 2006), 138 1

David Boyd Haycock is the author of A Crisis of Brilliance: Five Young British Artists and the Great War (Old Street Publishing, 2009). He is currently completing a new biography of the young Augustus John. David will be giving this year’s NEAC Annual Lecture. See page 3 for details. Image Opposite: Merry-Go-Round, 1916, Mark Gertler, Purchased by Tate in 1984


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New English Education Programme 2020 by Paul Newland, Curator of the New English Education Programme This has obviously been a challenging year for everyone involved in teaching. I took over the role of NEAC Education Programme Curator from Mick Kirkbride in summer 2019, so I was really just getting started when the rug was pulled out from under us in early 2020 and we had to cancel all our classes and workshops. We are all adapting. COVID safety measures have been introduced that allow some socially distanced workshops with limited attendees. And, of course, video technology like Zoom has come into its own as you’ll be able to see in our series of events at the Annual Exhibition that we will be beaming into people’s homes. (see p3 for details) Eve Pettitt, At One with Nature. Self Portrait

An important part of the programme is the awarding of the New English Scholarships and our 2019 recipients were Ali Robert Last and Eve Pettitt. We have decided to extend their tenures until next summer to make up for the reduction in teaching activities and accessibility of members’ studio visits that effectively cut their scholarships short. We hope that as the emergency recedes our education programme will resume and that studios will again be opened for visits, and that we will be able to announce new Scholars at our next exhibition in summer 2021.

Eve Pettitt, Poured Out of Emptiness

But for now, I’ll leave you with some inspiring words from one of our current Scholars, Eve Pettitt: “I am hugely honoured to have been awarded the NEAC scholarship. Wonderfully informative workshops have enabled me to experiment with different methods and materials and discover new ways of working. Egg tempera has been a real eye-opener! I cannot express the thrill of visiting NEAC members in their studios, such havens and secret hideaways. It is a great privilege to have access to their own creative worlds and to share stories and glean from their deep knowledge. The chaos of COVID has encouraged me to work outdoors much more, and I gain great solace from painting in nature.” Find out more about the NEAC Scholarship application process at www.newenglishartclub.co.uk/scholars

Eve Pettitt, There is No Denying the Wild Horse in Us


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An appreciation of Ann Le Bas NEAC RE (1923-2020) At the start of 2020, we received the sad news that Ann Le Bas died at the age of 96. Ann was elected to the New English Art Club in 1972 and was an active member for nearly 50 years, earning the friendship and admiration of her fellow members … "What a considerable individual she was," remembers Maurice Sheppard HRNEAC PPRWS. "Her fine draughtsmanship she applied to watercolour, oil and etching. Etching, and the press, is a distinctly physical activity, requiring many hours of steady work. She conquered all and I admired her real stamina which all appears in her work. The news brought a real sadness to my heart, which we all feel - when we lose a true comrade."

Ann had a technical skill and understanding of engraving, etching and aquatint that is rare. She made prints that reflect on observation of her surroundings, all beautifully convincing in the bringing together of knowledge, technique and sympathy for the subject. In her paintings, Ann used watercolour and oil. She never had any desire to make a statement about her work, believing it should speak for itself.

supporting projects and people in need of help and advice.

In 1960, Ann was elected to the Royal Society of Painter-Etchers & Engravers, now the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers (RE). In 1969, she was elected to the Art Workers Guild; in 1972, to the NEAC; and from 1995-1999 was Master of the Somerset Guild of Craftsmen.

With thanks to Hilary Adair for her help with Ann’s biographical information.

"I remember as a new NEAC member how welcoming she was and how hard she worked on the committee for several years. She will be missed by all who knew her." Diana Calvert NEAC "She was as a devoted member and, besides exhibiting, cooked over 100 sausages on a Baby Belling in batches in her London flat - carrying them all in shopping bags on the tube for the 20 years I ran the NEAC exhibition lunch!" Mary Jackson NEAC RWS Her work has been exhibited widely, including at the Royal Academy. She has prints in the Ashmolean permanent collection and is also represented in the Fitzwilliam Museum, as well as in numerous private collections. For over 25 years, Ann held an Open Studio with Somerset Art Week where visitors could see her work and ask questions. Ann also played a vital role in her local community in

Peter Brown recalls, "I always looked forward to seeing Ann at the NEAC Critics' Lunch having made her way from deepest Somerset. Her smiling face would accompany a jovial greeting. She was warm, sharp, entertaining and wonderfully engaging. We will all miss a very dear friend."

Left: Photograph by Davina Jelley Below: Ann Le Bas, Rue Des Café - Paris


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Diana Armfield Needed Objects behind Nodyn Y Nant Oil 25 x 33 cm £5,000


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Louise Balaam Wind Rising, Rain in the Air Oil 60 x 60 cm £4,750


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Richard Bawden Staircase Watercolour 71 x 82 cm £1,400


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Tim Benson Summer Pond Oil 37 x 47 cm £2,000


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June Berry Through the Window Oil 66 x 87 cm £2,850


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James Bland Natalia 3 Oil 60 x 85 cm £1,600


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Jane Bond Homemade Horse No 2 Oil 41 x 37 cm £900


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Francis Bowyer Storm Approaching Oil 89 x 112 cm £6,000


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Peter Brown The Studio, Night Oil 132 x 117 cm £18,000


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Diana Calvert Tulips and Wallflowers in the Bird Jug Oil 39 x 37.5 cm £650


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Peter Clossick Liberty Oil 76 x 56 cm £5,000


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Tom Coates Mary in Egypt Oil 102 x 122 cm £8,000


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Tessa Coleman Alice in her Blue Boots Oil 127 x 81 cm £4,900


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Jane Corsellis Window by the River, Chiswick Oil 61 x 51 cm £6,950


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Patrick Cullen Sasha on a Patterned Rug Oil 66 x 76 cm £2,950


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Fred Cuming August Garden, Evening Oil 52 x 52 cm £6,400


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Paul Curtis Porthmeor Beach Café, Summer Acrylic and oil 66 x 66 cm £2,000


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Saied Dai Mother and Child Oil 89 x 64 cm £12,850


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John Dobbs Dairy Cow Oil 33 x 36 cm £800


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Alex Fowler Pears in a Bowl with Plate and Knife Oil 44 x 63 cm £1,500


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Roy Freer Table Expanse Oil 53 x 43 cm £1,200


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Caroline Frood Heleniums Oil 76 x 51 cm £2,600


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Judith Gardner Inside, Outside with Convolvulus Oil 120 x 91 cm £1,500


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Dennis Gilbert Helter Skelter Oil 40 x 50 cm £1,250


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Paul Gildea Eating Angel Hair Oil 74 x 120 cm £9,000


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Anthony Green Jug of Dried Flowers Oil 30 x 30 cm £4,500


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Charlotte Halliday The First of Spring II Pencil and watercolour 35 x 30 cm £650


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Paul Handley Balderton Playing Fields Oil 31 x 58 cm £950


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Clare Haward Self Portrait with Painting Knife Oil 44 x 34 cm £1,400


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Julie Held Heat Acrylic and oil 183 x 122 cm £7,000


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Benjamin Hope Cornhill Heatwave Oil 76 x 63 cm £4,000


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Ken Howard Sarah at Oriel Oil 112 x 81 cm £25,000


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Julie Jackson Just For One Day (Mickey's Beach Tasmania) Oil 50 x 60 cm £1,250


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Mary Jackson Bird Bath in the Courtyard 96.5 x 86 cm £3,500


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Andrew James Towards the Tower Oil 40 x 26 cm £1,200


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Craig Jefferson Head Study 1 Oil 66 x 47 cm £2,600


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Victoria Jinivizian Dining Room, Tidcombe Oil 49 x 69 cm £2,100


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Pamela Kay Primroses on the Lacquer Tray Oil 36 x 41 cm £1,875


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Michael Kirkbride King and Queen Oil 130 x 100 cm £4,000


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Peter Kuhfeld Revan Kiosk, Istanbul Oil 41 x 49 cm £2,850


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Andrew Macara Skiing in Samoens, France Oil 86 x 122 cm £4,750


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Bridget Moore Dancing on the Dene Gouache 33.5 x 42.5 cm £725


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Anthony Morris Black Mountains, First Snow Oil 76 x 91.5 cm £2,900


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Arthur Neal Violinist I Oil 69 x 69 cm £3,800


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Paul Newland Trespass Oil 69 x 87 cm £2,750


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William Packer Poles Apart Oil 65 x 65 cm £2,850


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David Parfitt Steading in Springtime Oil 63.5 x 69 cm £3,000


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Melvyn Petterson Fayence Oil 61 x 71 cm £1,750


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Richard Pikesley Into the Light, Lyme Regis, Evening Oil 58 x 63 cm £1,950


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Neil Pittaway Sunrise on Annapurna South from the Climbers Memorial at Annapurna Base Camp, Nepal Acrylic 60 x 89 cm £1,950


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Salliann Putman Pink Table Oil 79 x 79 cm £2,250


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Simon Quadrat Girl at the Piano Oil 73 x 93 cm £4,000


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Charles Rake Afternoon Hours Oil 70 x 59 cm £2,000


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Jacqueline Rizvi Still Life with Ginger Jar Oil 42 x 44 cm £1,950


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Susan Ryder Steps to Covered Walk Oil 81 x 81 cm £5,400


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Melissa Scott-Miller Islington Front Garden Spring 2020 Oil 80 x 100 cm £3,500


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Daniel Shadbolt Light Dress Oil 46 x 36 cm £1,000


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Ann Shrager Surfers Oil 51 x 51 cm £3,750


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Charlotte Sorapure Spring Equinox Oil 57 x 73 cm £8,850


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Richard Sorrell Big Window Oil 118 x 216 cm £5,000


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Sarah Spencer Seasalter Seascape Oil 81 x 106 cm £5,000


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Ruth Stage Afternoon Surfers Egg tempera 104 x 124 cm £4,500


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Lorna Vahey Breakfast with the Everly Brothers Oil 38 x 38 cm £900


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Toby Ward Heirlooms and Dandelions Oil 60 x 60 cm £2,750


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Robert E Wells Chiara with Grey Blanket, South Downs Oil 100 x 100 cm £4,950


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Jenny Wheatley Up the Garden Path Acrylic 91 x 91 cm £3,800


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Michael Whittlesea April 2020 Oil 62 x 62 cm £2,000


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Charles Williams Painter, Parka and Panter Oil 35 x 40 cm £850


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Jacqueline Williams Last Days of Summer Oil 140 x 79 cm £4,600


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Duncan Wood Lamp & Plant Oil 44 x 44 cm £3,200


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Neale Worley Nude on Blue Oil 52 x 42 cm £3,200


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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 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

HRH The Prince of Wales HRH The Prince of Wales Sarah Archer Sarah Archer Diana Armfield HNEAC Hon PS RA Hon RWS Michael John Ashcroft AROI Louise Balaam NEAC RWA Louise Balaam NEAC RWA Louise Balaam NEAC RWA Louise Balaam NEAC RWA Nicholas Baldion Merlin Bateman-Paris Richard Bawden NEAC RE RWS Richard Bawden NEAC RE RWS Richard Bawden NEAC RE RWS Richard Bawden NEAC RE RWS John Bell Tom Benjamin Tim Benson NEAC PROI RP Tim Benson NEAC PROI RP Tim Benson NEAC PROI RP Tim Benson NEAC PROI RP Christine Berrington June Berry NEAC Hon RE RWA RWS June Berry NEAC Hon RE RWA RWS June Berry NEAC Hon RE RWA RWS June Berry NEAC Hon RE RWA RWS James Bland NEAC James Bland NEAC James Bland NEAC James Bland NEAC Jane Bond NEAC RP Nicholas Borden Nicholas Borden Anastasia Borodina Francis Bowyer NEAC PPRWS Francis Bowyer NEAC PPRWS Francis Bowyer NEAC PPRWS Francis Bowyer NEAC PPRWS Peter Brown PNEAC PS Hon RBA ROI RP Peter Brown PNEAC PS Hon RBA ROI RP Peter Brown PNEAC PS Hon RBA ROI RP Peter Brown PNEAC PS Hon RBA ROI RP Christy Burdock Rachael Burnett Diana Calvert NEAC Diana Calvert NEAC Diana Calvert NEAC Diana Calvert NEAC

Monastery Building at Vatopaidi, Mount Athos, Greece Tinzenhorn from Wolfgang, near Davos, Switzerland Untitled Untitled II Needed Objects behind Nodyn Y Nant Cafe by the Sea, Fondamente Nove, Venice Last Light, Bojewyan Violet Blue Cloud, Barley Fields White Light, Cornish Coast Wind Rising, Rain in the Air Self Portrait Jen Looking Up Big is Beautiful (ed. of 85, £225 u/f) Staircase The Conservatory in Lockdown The Great Pagoda, Kew Gardens (ed. of 50, £520 u/f) The Woman through the Cafe Window Under the Cliffs, Last of the Sun Fire Sky Scudding Sunset Summer Pond Summer Stream Through the Middle Window A Shortcut across the Park Through the Window Tying Back the Daisies White Butterfly in the Autumn Garden Atlantic Bright Cloud Natalia 3 Red Self-Portrait Homemade Horse No 2 Departures, London Waterloo Towards Victoria Park Pomegranates Lean To My Shed Storm Approaching Studio Sunlight at 1pm Fifth Avenue and Broadway, The Flatiron, New York Summer Morning Light, The Studio The Chain Ferry Road and Brownsea Island The Studio, Night Cancel Culture Change Snowdrops and Aconites Tulips and Wallflowers in the Bird Jug Vases with May Flowers Violets and other March Flowers

Watercolour Watercolour Mixed media Charcoal Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Charcoal Etching Watercolour Pen and ink Etching, linocut Mixed media Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Watercolour & pastel Oil Oil Watercolour Watercolour Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Acrylic Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil

42 x 49 NFS 34 x 41 NFS 96 x 68 400 80 x 62 400 25 x 33 5,000 35 x 40 900 43 x 50 1,150 43 x 50 1,150 38 x 44 795 60 x 60 4,750 35 x 32 500 61 x 86 765 50 x 60 300 71 x 82 1,400 69 x 63 880 98 x 62 625 58 x 48 375 76 x 107 2,800 37 x 47 2,000 37 x 47 2,000 37 x 47 2,000 37 x 47 2,000 495 42 x 56 38 x 30 800 66 x 87 2,850 76 x 56 1,250 74 x 87 1,400 120 x 100 4,500 28 x 41 600 60 x 85 1,600 85 x 55 2,000 41 x 37 900 105 x 75 5,000 74 x 104 3,445 34 x 29 1,200 48 x 46 1,250 36 x 41 850 89 x 112 6,000 50 x 59 1,450 30 x 101 3,850 132 x 61 8,000 31 x 49 2,850 132 x 117 18,000 150 x 120 3,200 124 x 143 2,900 27.5 x 30.5 485 39 x 37.5 650 36.5 x 38 650 35 x 24 500


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Jonathan Chan John Clark Rosie Clark Peter Clossick NEAC Peter Clossick NEAC Peter Clossick NEAC Peter Clossick NEAC S A Clowes Tom Coates HNEAC Hon PS Tom Coates HNEAC Hon PS Tom Coates HNEAC Hon PS Tom Coates HNEAC Hon PS Kevin Cobb Austin Cole RBA Austin Cole RBA Tessa Coleman NEAC Tessa Coleman NEAC Michael Collins Roy Connelly Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS Belinda Crozier Belinda Crozier Ian Cryer PPROI Patrick Cullen NEAC Patrick Cullen NEAC Patrick Cullen NEAC Patrick Cullen NEAC Fred Cuming NEAC RA Fred Cuming NEAC RA Fred Cuming NEAC RA Fred Cuming NEAC RA Sean Cunningham Sean Cunningham Sean Cunningham Paul Curtis NEAC Paul Curtis NEAC Paul Curtis NEAC Paul Curtis NEAC Saied Dai NEAC RP Saied Dai NEAC RP Paul Dash Elena Dmitrieva John Dobbs NEAC SWLA John Dobbs NEAC SWLA John Dobbs NEAC SWLA John Dobbs NEAC SWLA Judith Dobie David Downes Pippa Edwards Susan Edwards FRSA

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Sef in Prayer Shawl Spaces David Sleeping Carl Femme Rousse Liberty Lockdown Studio Thought Lake Passe below Mont Blanc Mary in Egypt Studio Courtyard The Kitchen Table The Spheres Kamakurra Trail 5 (edition of 40, £305 unframed) Kamakurra Trail 6 (edition of 40, £305 unframed) Alice in her Blue Boots Robert The Dancer The Vicar's Garden Dungeness Evening Light Favourite Things Window by the River, Chiswick La Grasse The Last of the Light Handbrake Morning Coffee (Lockdown 1) Room in Provence Sasha on a Patterned Rug Twilight (Lockdown 2) August Garden, Evening Garden Moonset View from a Balcony, Fowey Winter Garden, Early Morning 3/12/2018 8/8/2019 23/2/2020 Horn Trumpet, Studio, St Ives Porthmeor Beach Café, Summer Porthmeor Beach, St Ives, Cornwall Studio Window, St Ives Mother and Child Silver Light Mas' Pays Homage to Haiti Yellow Giving Dairy Cow Farm Cow Gerbera Summer Going Home Stormy Day at Harwich Boys in the Street On the Malvern Hills - Sunset over British Camp

Oil Oil Pencil Pencil Oil Oil Oil Graphite Oil Oil Oil Oil Ink wash Hard ground etching Hard ground etching Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Graphite Oil Oil Oil Pastel Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Acrylic Acrylic Oil Acrylic Acrylic and oil Acrylic and oil Acrylic and oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Watercolour Collage Acrylic, pen and ink Oil Oil

45 x 56 61 x 76 73 x 57 66 x 58 92 x 82 76 x 56 102 x 92 57 x 56 35.5 x 40.5 102 x 122 107 x 122 56 x 66 46 x 46 35 x 68 29 x 64 127 x 81 122 x 76 63 x 125 34 x 64 20 x 30 61 x 51 37 x 50 60 x 48 40 x 40 127 x 103 63 x 78 66 x 76 127 x 103 52 x 52 43 x 74 67 x 77 42 x 42 30 x 34 32 x 37 32 x 42 28 x 28 66 x 66 66 x 66 50 x 64 89 x 64 93 x 73 124 x 120 100 x 63 33 x 36 29 x 36 37 x 26 36 x 39 44 x 41 55 x 75 35 x 33 57 x 72

£ 700 950 625 2,000 8,000 5,000 10,000 680 1,250 8,000 8,000 3,000 1,600 370 370 4,900 4,500 4,000 850 1,250 6,950 800 1,800 1,200 7,750 2,250 2,950 7,750 6,400 6,600 10,450 4,200 1,000 1,200 1,200 700 2,000 2,150 2,150 12,850 14,850 3,250 1,950 800 750 650 450 500 2,800 390 1,895


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Name 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126 127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151

Bryan Evans Eden Evans Jonathan Farningham Jonathan Farningham Jonathan Farningham Anne-Lise Firth Cherryl Fountain Alex Fowler NEAC Alex Fowler NEAC Alex Fowler NEAC Alex Fowler NEAC Roy Freer NEAC RI ROI Roy Freer NEAC RI ROI Roy Freer NEAC RI ROI Caroline Frood NEAC Caroline Frood NEAC Judith Gardner NEAC RBA Judith Gardner NEAC RBA Judith Gardner NEAC RBA Judith Gardner NEAC RBA Dennis Gilbert NEAC Dennis Gilbert NEAC Dennis Gilbert NEAC Dennis Gilbert NEAC Paul Gildea NEAC Paul Gildea NEAC Paul Gildea NEAC Paul Gildea NEAC Raina Goran Sarah Granville Lyn Gray Anthony Green NEAC RA Hon RBA Hon ROI Rich Grinter Charlotte Halliday HNEAC RWS Charlotte Halliday HNEAC RWS Charlotte Halliday HNEAC RWS Charlotte Halliday HNEAC RWS Paul Handley NEAC Paul Handley NEAC Paul Handley NEAC Paul Handley NEAC Clare Haward NEAC Clare Haward NEAC Clare Haward NEAC Clare Haward NEAC Julia Hawkins AROI Peter Haycroft Naila Hazell Julie Held NEAC RWS Julie Held NEAC RWS Julie Held NEAC RWS

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Becky in Stripes Tenby Southbeach Green Woman In the Studio Poloneck Daffodils A Room of One's Own Pears in a Bowl with Plate and Knife Pine Tree, La Ciotat Shadows on the Hillside, Montenegro Still Life with Plant and Plaster Head Seated Pose Studio Wash-up Table Expanse Heleniums Poppy Seedheads Beach Clouds, Late Afternoon Inside, Outside with Convolvulus Landscape in Snow, Daymoon Winter Snowfall, Late Afternoon Elevenses Helter Skelter I Saw Three Ships Place de la Contrescarpe Caravan with Awning Caravan with Red Windbreak Eating Angel Hair Jug with Pears London Night New Morning Hermione at Home Jug of Dried Flowers Bath in the Sunshine Cyclamen, In Charlie's Bowl The First of Spring II The Norfolk Road Corner Again Welcome Sunshine, Hamilton Terrace Balderton Playing Fields Going to Tufnell Park Hot Day, Farndon Subway The Picnic, Barnby in the Willows Composition 1 Self Portrait in Green Self Portrait with Painting Knife Still Life with Lemon Studio Still Life I CON The Hidden Radiant Colours under the Echoing Goddess Allotment Ducks Full Moon

Pencil and gouache Mixed media Pastel Oil Pastel Oil Watercolour Oil Oil Oil Oil Graphite Graphite Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Pastel Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Acrylic and collage Oil Oil Oil on shaped board Oil Pencil & watercolour Pencil & watercolour Pencil & watercolour Pencil & watercolour Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Acrylic Pastel Acrylic

92 x 88 48 x 63 73 x 54 81 x 50 46 x 48 52 x 66 90 x 71 44 x 63 44 x 59 27 x 46 91 x 116 25 x 19 51 x 35 53 x 43 76 x 51 87 x 62 36 x 36 120 x 91 29 x 44 36 x 36 43 x 33 40 x 50 40 x 50 30 x 40 13 x 13 15 x 15 74 x 120 62 x 39 42 x 52 40 x 52 45 x 34 30.5 x 30.5 39 x 59 48 x 40 35 x 30 32 x 38 41 x 33 31 x 58 27 x 42 35 x 39 38 x 27 25 x 20 75 x 55 44 x 34 35 x 45 44 x 34 80 x 80 100 x 120 26 x 20 41 x 36 50 x 96

£ 2,100 500 450 850 450 850 3,500 1,500 1,100 950 4,500 400 800 1,200 2,600 2,800 690 1,500 690 690 700 1,250 850 850 1,900 1,900 9,000 1,900 600 450 600 4,500 550 950 650 750 850 950 950 950 950 800 2,000 1,400 1,400 700 850 4,500 1,250 1,250 3,000


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Name 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202

Julie Held NEAC RWS Andrew Hitchcock Simon Hodges PS Benjamin Hope NEAC PS ARSMA Benjamin Hope NEAC PS ARSMA Benjamin Hope NEAC PS ARSMA Liz Hough Charlotte Houlihan Felicity House PS Ken Howard HNEAC OBE RA RBA Ken Howard HNEAC OBE RA RBA Ken Howard HNEAC OBE RA RBA Ken Howard HNEAC OBE RA RBA Tom Hughes Owain Hunt Beverley Isaacs Julie Jackson NEAC Julie Jackson NEAC Julie Jackson NEAC Julie Jackson NEAC Mary Jackson NEAC RWS Mary Jackson NEAC RWS Mary Jackson NEAC RWS Mary Jackson NEAC RWS Laura Jacobs Laura Jacobs Andrew James NEAC RP Andrew James NEAC RP Andrew James NEAC RP Andrew James NEAC RP Craig Jefferson NEAC Craig Jefferson NEAC Craig Jefferson NEAC Craig Jefferson NEAC Victoria Jinivizian NEAC Victoria Jinivizian NEAC Victoria Jinivizian NEAC Victoria Jinivizian NEAC Eliza John Isobel Johnstone Frederick Jones Deirdre Kashdan Pamela Kay NEAC RBA Pamela Kay NEAC RBA Pamela Kay NEAC RBA Pamela Kay NEAC RBA Jeannie Kinsler Michael Kirkbride NEAC Michael Kirkbride NEAC Michael Kirkbride NEAC Michael Kirkbride NEAC

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Heat Dead Jay Svalbard in Misty Sun Cornhill Heatwave Earth, Metal, Glass, Plastic Metal Churn with Plastic Bottles Jamaica Inn Tuesday at Bobby's Tart in the Kitchen Beatrice at Oriel Logan Rock Sarah at Oriel Sennen The Nest Self Portrait with Dead Flowers As Rejected by... #2 Between Two Waves of the Sea (Tasmania) Just For One Day (Mickey's Beach Tasmania) The Journey (Tasmania) We Could Steal Time (Tasmania) Bird Bath in the Courtyard Cool of the Evening, Essaouira Harbour Summer Flowers The Borlotti Beans Untitled (Projector Painting) Woman in the Mirror 3 Hidden Path Solitude The Ritual of the Mask Towards the Tower Douglas Head Study 1 Head Study 2 Head Study 3 Bonnet de Bain Dining Room, Tidcombe Teenage Lockdown Torda's Kitchen White Dress Trampolining Bath (edition of 50, £180 unframed) Mindscape Primroses on the Lacquer Tray Small Bag of Grapes Strawberries and the French Copper Pans Violas, Pansies and an Apricot Summer Evening Light, Tuscan Series King and Queen Picture Hanging Summer School - Study Summer School Hampstead

Acrylic and oil Oil Soft pastel Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Pastel Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil stick Oil Oil Oil Oil Mixed media Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Acrylic Oil Mezzotint Etching with chine collé Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Distemper Distemper Distemper

183 x 122 38 x 28 88 x 107 76 x 63 35 x 48 55 x 53 64 x 64 64 x 80 71 x 84 135 x 53 37 x 42 112 x 81 69 x 93 96 x 156 36 x 36 57 x 50 55 x 65 50 x 60 50 x 60 78 x 134 96.5 x 86 24 x 42 53 x 43 58 x 58 152 x 240 84 x 75 61 x 69 47 x 42 76 x 59 40 x 26 54 x 42 66 x 47 87 x 46 42 x 33 36 x 34 49 x 69 47 x 47 40 x 50 60 x 40 75 x 96 38 x 30 42 x 32 36 x 41 41 x 43 38 x 43 33 x 36 74 x 50 130 x 100 35 x 30 32 x 23 35 x 30

£ 7,000 575 1,200 4,000 1,800 2,200 2,500 900 950 21,000 5,000 25,000 20,000 4,000 1,250 2,000 1,450 1,250 1,250 1,500 3,500 850 1,850 2,500 5,175 2,615 2,500 2,500 3,500 1,200 1,500 2,600 3,000 1,200 480 2,100 1,100 950 475 4,000 200 300 1,875 2,000 2,000 1,150 1,300 4,000 550 550 600


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Name 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253

Rupert Knox Peter Kuhfeld NEAC RP Peter Kuhfeld NEAC RP Peter Kuhfeld NEAC RP Ann Le Bas NEAC RE (1923-2020) Ann Le Bas NEAC RE (1923-2020) Ann Le Bas NEAC RE (1923-2020) Jason Line Jason Line Jason Line Jiaxiong Liu Peggy Lock Norman Long Sharon Low Andrew Macara NEAC Andrew Macara NEAC Andrew Macara NEAC Andrew Macara NEAC David Mann Ruairi Mcguigan Isaac Mckenzie Clive McWilliam Clive McWilliam Kate Measham Sarah Jane Moon Bridget Moore NEAC RBA RWS Bridget Moore NEAC RBA RWS Carolyne Moran Anthony Morris NEAC RP Anthony Morris NEAC RP Anthony Morris NEAC RP Anthony Morris NEAC RP Daniel Munday Colin Murphy Elizabeth Nast Arthur Neal NEAC Arthur Neal NEAC Arthur Neal NEAC Arthur Neal NEAC Paul Newland NEAC RWS Paul Newland NEAC RWS Paul Newland NEAC RWS Paul Newland NEAC RWS Andrew Newton Ian Norris Ian Norris Ian Norris William Packer NEAC Hon PS Hon RBA William Packer NEAC Hon PS Hon RBA William Packer NEAC Hon PS Hon RBA David Parfitt NEAC

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Take Me Disappearing Reflection Revan Kiosk, Istanbul York Street, Bath Clouds Clearing from the West - Exmoor The Two Willows Venice, A Back Canal Arc Study for Bottles and Buildings Yellow Chair Diane's Room Fossil Find Concourse Boxing Match (edition of 50, £190 unframed) Beach Football, Sheringham Skiing in Samoens, France Sledging, Hartington, Derbyshire Yellow Cricket Stumps, Abersoch Lemons Etc Caravan I The Barber (edition of 50, £150 unframed) I Wish I The Last Time Up the Valley, through the Trees, Laval Back To Life Boy with a Hoop Dancing on the Dene The Striped Kimono Black Mountains, First Snow Caer Caradog, Shropshire Hills The Late Ray Finch, Master Potter Venice Canary Wharf Night Laundry Hackney Road Blue Violinist Two Friends Violinist I Violinist II Fisherman and Shadow River, Town and Cliff Road beside the River Ouse Trespass Interior 16 Painter's Table The Old School House Studio The Old School House Studio Lavender Green Lockdown Self Portrait Poles Apart Island at Sunset

Mixed media Oil Oil Oil Oil Watercolour Etching Oil Charcoal Oil Acrylic Acrylic Oil Linocut Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Etching Acrylic Oil Charcoal & graphite Oil Gouache Gouache Gouache Oil Oil Oil Oil Pencil Oil Acrylic Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Mixed media Oil Oil Charcoal & graphite Oil Oil Oil Oil

70 x 132 38 x 38 41 x 49 41 x 44 56 x 74 52 x 62 55 x 44 29 x 34 62 x 82 39 x 34 52 x 52 78 x 75 95 x 80 40 x 50 50 x 71 86 x 122 61 x 96 50 x 60 44 x 38 120 x 240 35 x 48 52.5 x 68 70 x 188 140 x 110 103 x 103 36 x 41 33.5 x 42.5 67 x 63 76 x 91.5 76 x 91.5 91.5 x 91.5 30.5 x 38 114 x 132 27 x 27 23 x 43 48 x 40 37 x 30 69 x 69 60 x 50 92 x 95 34 x 44 36 x 47 69 x 87 100 x 100 93 x 93 135 x 135 72 x 72 63.5 x 63.5 42 x 50 65 x 65 122 x 102

£ 2,800 2,850 2,850 2,850 NFS NFS NFS 1,200 1,500 1,500 800 725 1,800 300 1,800 4,750 3,000 1,800 400 4,800 595 900 1,800 1,800 5,000 725 725 900 2,900 3,000 NFS 1,300 4,000 400 595 1,750 475 3,800 1,600 4,500 875 900 2,750 3,000 2,800 4,950 800 2,850 POA 2,850 6,000


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Name 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304

David Parfitt NEAC David Parfitt NEAC David Parfitt NEAC Melvyn Petterson NEAC RBA RE Melvyn Petterson NEAC RBA RE Melvyn Petterson NEAC RBA RE Melvyn Petterson NEAC RBA RE Richard Pikesley PPNEAC RWS Richard Pikesley PPNEAC RWS Richard Pikesley PPNEAC RWS Richard Pikesley PPNEAC RWS Anna Pinkster Neil Pittaway NEAC RE RWS Neil Pittaway NEAC RE RWS Neil Pittaway NEAC RE RWS Neil Pittaway NEAC RE RWS Caroline Pool Salliann Putman NEAC RWS Salliann Putman NEAC RWS Salliann Putman NEAC RWS Salliann Putman NEAC RWS Simon Quadrat NEAC PPRWA Simon Quadrat NEAC PPRWA Charles Rake NEAC Charles Rake NEAC Charles Rake NEAC Charles Rake NEAC Adam Ralston David Riches David Riches Jacqueline Rizvi NEAC RBA RWS Jacqueline Rizvi NEAC RBA RWS Jacqueline Rizvi NEAC RBA RWS Joseph Ryan Joseph Ryan Susan Ryder NEAC RP Susan Ryder NEAC RP Susan Ryder NEAC RP Glyn Saunders Glyn Saunders Teri Anne Scoble Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP Daniel Shadbolt NEAC Daniel Shadbolt NEAC Daniel Shadbolt NEAC Daniel Shadbolt NEAC Ann Shrager NEAC Ann Shrager NEAC

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Shadow of the Bridge Steading in Springtime Strand Spring Fayence St Anthonys Bank St Davids Summer Storm Cloud Blue & Gold, Winter Trees, River Stour Into the Light, Isola di Ponza Into the Light, Lyme Regis, Evening Summer Evening, Moving Shadows Six Bathers, Dorset V 39 Steps from Piccadilly Circus Amongst the Foothills of the Annapurnas Mountain Fire from Annapurna Base Camp, Nepal Sunrise on Annapurna South from the Climbers Memorial Aches and Pains Into the Study Lockdown Pink Table Together Circus with Mannequin Girl at the Piano Afternoon Hours Cathedral, Santiago de Compostela December Skullers, Thames The Big One Beetroot and Blue Jug Windmill Hill Allotments March Sea 1 March Sea 2 Still Life with Ginger Jar Jude White Shirt Hellebores Steps to Covered Walk The Orchid Millennium Bridge Trees in June Father & Child - At the Hair Salon Islington Front Garden Spring 2020 Islington Tunnel in Early June Museum Street June 2020 Summer 2020 Asters Light Dress Nicholas Still Life Early Morning Surfers

Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Mixed media Pen and ink Acrylic Acrylic Acrylic Pencil and charcoal Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Pencil and charcoal Oil Oil Oil Oil and wax Oil and wax Oil Oil Oil Pencil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil

102 x 122 63.5 x 69 46 x 41 61 x 71 43 x 53 43 x 53 36 x 36 58 x 47 32 x 45 58 x 63 46 x 43 79 x 60 66 x 92 60 x 60 60 x 127 60 x 89 60 x 85 79 x 79 41 x 41 79 x 79 46 x 41 79 x 66 73 x 93 70 x 59 95 x 75 59 x 79 49 x 89 38 x 48 52 x 70 70 x 70 24.5 x 29 24.5 x 29 42 x 44 40 x 34 55 x 45 41 x 46 81 x 81 112 x 97 20 x 25 20 x 25 31 x 26 80 x 100 100 x 100 45 x 45 120 x 100 37 x 32 46 x 36 30 x 26 64 x 82 41 x 41 51 x 51

£ 6,000 3,000 1,500 1,750 950 1,250 575 1,750 950 1,950 1,450 795 2,500 1,100 3,250 1,950 695 2,250 775 2,250 825 4,000 4,000 2,000 1,400 2,150 1,750 695 850 1,500 695 695 1,950 300 1,500 1,250 5,400 6,800 450 450 4,800 3,500 4,500 950 6,500 500 1,000 750 1,500 2,500 3,750


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Name 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355

Ann Shrager NEAC Mike Skinner Laura Smith Charlotte Sorapure NEAC Charlotte Sorapure NEAC Charlotte Sorapure NEAC Richard Sorrell NEAC RBA Richard Sorrell NEAC RBA Richard Sorrell NEAC RBA Richard Sorrell NEAC RBA Sarah Spencer VPNEAC Sarah Spencer VPNEAC Sarah Spencer VPNEAC Sarah Spencer VPNEAC Mary St. George Ruth Stage NEAC Ruth Stage NEAC Ruth Stage NEAC Ruth Stage NEAC Kimm Stevens Anna Stevenson David Stone Haidee-Jo Summers ROI RSMA Haidee-Jo Summers ROI RSMA Lotta Teale Stefan Tiburcio Philip Tyler Lorna Vahey NEAC Lorna Vahey NEAC Lorna Vahey NEAC Lorna Vahey NEAC Kirsten van Schreven John Walsom ROI ARSMA John Walsom ROI ARSMA Toby Ward NEAC Toby Ward NEAC Toby Ward NEAC Toby Ward NEAC Jeanette Watkins Grant Watson Grant Watson Julia Watson Michael Weller Robert E Wells NEAC RBA Robert E Wells NEAC RBA Robert E Wells NEAC RBA Robert E Wells NEAC RBA Dave West Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS

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Venice Still Life with Smart Phone and PC Silk Flowers Night Life Spring Equinox Venus Rising A Round Table Big Window Corner Table Two People Holding Hands Clouded Seascape, Whitstable End of Summer, Dargate Holkham Beach Seasalter Seascape Estuary 1 Afternoon Surfers Camber at Sunset Cardoons in a Kentish Garden Dalia in the Landscape Studio Interior Fractured Light Orwell Bridge 17-11-2019 The Green Fairy Vintage Caravan Sink Pile of Penguins London Underground: Tunnels Out of the Ashes Breakfast with the Everly Brothers Camping in the Rain Hastings Archeologists Eat Sleeping with Gandhi and Chickens Airframe II (edition of 75, £445 unframed) Caprini, Waterloo Pylon and Flyover Drawing in New England Heirlooms and Dandelions I Am Going To Eat This In 20 Minutes Shells and Camellias Brockwell Park The Tissue Folder White Flowers Abbey Movement In January Chiara Reading Chiara with Grey Blanket, South Downs Dungeness Telegraph Poles The Dungeness Lighthouse Dusk & Rain (II) Leading the Flock Night Time Stroll Up the Garden Path

Oil Mixed media Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Mixed media Egg tempera Egg tempera Egg tempera Egg tempera Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Graphite Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Drypoint etching Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Graphite Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Acrylic

51 x 51 56 x 54 80 x 64 93 x 78 57 x 73 57 x 73 88 x 102 118 x 216 59 x 63 48 x 52 52 x 62 34 x 40 35 x 43 81 x 106 46 x 168 104 x 124 39 x 47 60 x 68 39 x 47 94 x 134 51 x 76 33 x 33 53 x 50 56 x 61 39 x 34 140 x 72 50 x 50 38 x 38 30 x 33 33 x 41 25 x 30 52 x 44 67 x 82 82 x 67 90 x 115 60 x 60 40 x 60 40 x 60 23 x 23 38 x 33 77 x 37 63 x 46 32 x 74 28 x 28 100 x 100 44 x 44 34 x 34 45 x 55 46 x 46 46 x 46 91 x 91

£ 3,750 875 1,800 11,850 8,850 8,850 2,200 5,000 1,100 950 1,700 1,100 1,000 5,000 800 4,500 1,200 2,000 1,200 2,900 650 700 1,295 2,100 750 8,400 600 900 700 800 600 495 3,200 3,200 7,500 2,750 2,500 2,500 450 1,200 2,500 600 750 995 4,950 1,500 1,200 900 1,600 1,600 3,800


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Name 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379

Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS Ewan White John Whitehill John Whitehill Paul Whitehouse Michael Whittlesea NEAC RWS Michael Whittlesea NEAC RWS Michael Whittlesea NEAC RWS Michael Whittlesea NEAC RWS Katrina Wilkie Charles Williams NEAC RWS Charles Williams NEAC RWS Charles Williams NEAC RWS Charles Williams NEAC RWS Jacqueline Williams NEAC Duncan Wood NEAC David Woodall Neale Worley NEAC RP Neale Worley NEAC RP Neale Worley NEAC RP Neale Worley NEAC RP Christy Yates Gertie Young Jie Zhuang

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Watching the Birdlife Busy at Work Aura Church No. 2 Island Town Watching, Waiting March 2020 April 2020 May 2020 June 2020 Dusk Boy with Monkey and Dog Painter, Parka and Panter Parrhasios at the Beach Tony Last Days of Summer Lamp & Plant Homegrown Daffodil Nude on Blue Red Canal Boat Standing Nude The Church at Rye Fun and Games Night Fishing on Clapham Common Silhouette No. 3

Acrylic Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Acrylic Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Oil Mixed media Oil

76 x 76 152 x 91 45 x 35 60 x 75 64 x 89 62 x 62 62 x 62 62 x 62 30.5 x 30.5 33 x 33 55 x 35 35 x 40 45 x 35 30 x 40 140 x 79 44 x 44 31 x 33 52 x 42 37 x 42 57 x 42 52 x 42 32 x 32 50 x 50 54 x 64

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The New English Art Club Annual Exhibition 2020

Thanks to Richard and Alison Chenevix-Trench for their generous sponsorship and to the Chris Beetles Gallery for their ongoing support.

To view the exhibition online, visit

www.mallgalleries.org.uk/neac