New English Art Club Annual Exhibition 2019

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Annual Exhibition 2019


HEATHERLEYS

The Heatherley School of Fine Art Founded in 1845, Heatherleys is one of the oldest independent art schools in London and is among the few art colleges in Britain that focus on portraiture, figurative painting and sculpture. The Heatherley Diploma in Portraiture is a two year, full time course with an average attendance time of three days per week. Work from the model is an integral part of the course activity. The aim of the course is to prepare students for professional practice as portrait and figurative painters. Members of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters work closely with Heatherleys as tutors and as advisors to the course and current and past students regularly exhibit in the Society's annual exhibition.

JONATHAN FARNINGHAM

DIPLOMA IN PORTRAITURE www.heatherleys.org

The Heatherley School of Fine Art 75 Lots Road Chelsea London SW10 0RN Telephone: 020 7351 4190 Email: info@heatherleys.org www.heatherleys.org PATRONS Lady Anya Sainsbury CBE Sir Christopher Howes KCVO, CB Heatherley’s is controlled by an educational charity: The Thomas Heatherley Educational Trust Registered in England No 977615 Registered Charity No 312872


Patron HRH The Prince of Wales

Prizes and Awards

Officers

The Doreen McIntosh Prize

President Peter Brown

The Bowyer Drawing Prize £1,000

Vice President Sarah Spencer Front cover: Fred Cuming NEAC RA Angel of the South (detail); back cover: Jason Bowyer NEAC PS RP Path to the Sea

Selection Committee

The Winsor & Newton Award £500 of art materials, awarded by public vote

Hon Treasurer Colin Gardner

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

Keeper Charlotte Halliday

Jackson’s Art Supplies Prize £300 of art materials

Publications Alex Fowler

The NEAC Critics’ Prize £250

New English Education Programme Curator Michael Kirkbride

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

Friends Co-ordinator Paul Newland friends@neac.co.uk

Louise Balaam Tim Benson Peter Brown Peter Clossick Tessa Coleman Paul Curtis Alex Fowler Charlotte Halliday Benjamin Hope Julie Jackson Paul Newland Neil Pittaway Sarah Spencer Toby Ward Charles Williams

Exhibition runs 14 to 22 June 2019 at Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1 020 7930 6844

info@mallgalleries.com

www.mallgalleries.org.uk www.newenglishartclub.co.uk @newenglishart


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Note from the President

Events, Talks & Tours

By Peter Brown, President

Free with exhibition admission and membership, we look to build on what we have inherited. But these losses focus us on the purpose of the New English: Foremost, for its members to paint as honestly and as best we can. To improve, to excel in our work and, in doing so, to converse. To reach out to new emerging artists and new audiences. And to underline the importance of work born of perception of the world in which we live, and in work that is underpinned by drawing.

It has been a sad year for the New English. Alongside the loss of wonderful painters Karólína Lárusdóttir and Peter Kelly, we have been hit by the news of Jason Bowyer’s death. It is hard to believe his deep voice will not be heard echoing the gallery walls during this year’s exhibition. We will always be indebted to Jason for the work he did for the Club, so long being at its centre, particularly in his role as President and founder of the New English Drawing School. We are so fortunate that Karólína, Jason and Peter have left us the incredible legacy of their work – a small taste of which features on their memorial walls at the exhibition. Another loss to the New English this year has been longtime supporter and companion, the late Sir Ronald McIntosh, to whom the society owes so much, and whose kindness will not be forgotten. It is hard to move on to talk of plans for Sarah Spencer’s and my new tenure: the hopes we have for the Club and how, with the committee

In doing this, we – the Club – bring with us our esteemed deceased membership. That work from which we have come, as we endeavour to forge forward, to develop new ways of seeing and to hunt out new talent – wherever it may be. This year we are reinstating the New English Annual Lecture with James Russell’s “Ravilious & Bawden: An Artistic Friendship”, sponsored by Panter & Hall. We are also reintroducing the sketchbook cabinets to give an insight into the working methods of our members. We have a panel discussion on drawing, member tours and even music inspired by the exhibition. We are so grateful to all our supporters and to everyone involved in making the exhibition happen: exhibiting artists, prize-givers, friends, sponsors, donors, the Mall Galleries team, and – of course – everyone who visits. And don’t forget, there’s more to the New English Art Club than the Annual Exhibition. To stay up to date with our year-round programme of exhibitions, classes and workshops; and to sign up for our monthly email newsletters, visit www.newenglishartclub.co.uk Peter Brown, President, New English Art Club

Friday 14 June, 10:30am to 12noon Join Estelle Lovatt, ‘Art Expert in Residence’ at Mall Galleries, to discuss work in the exhibition, ideas around art making, get art market insights and ask your questions on all things art. Friday 14 June, 12 noon Exhibition tour with Louise Balaam NEAC RWA Saturday 15 June, 2:30pm A panel discussion on contemporary drawing, led by Paul Newland NEAC RWS, featuring panellists Tessa Coleman NEAC and Benjamin Hope NEAC PS ARSMA Monday 17 June, 12 noon Exhibition tour with Alex Fowler NEAC Monday 17 June, 2:30pm to 3:15pm The Sound of NEAC 2018: Join composer and musician John Smith and flautist Rebecca Rimmington for a live rendition of John’s “Aspects of Creativity” suite inspired by a visit to last year’s Annual Exhibition. There will be a short Q&A with the musicians about their artistic practice following the performance. Tuesday 18 June, 12 noon Exhibition tour with Tessa Coleman NEAC Wednesday 19 June, 3pm to 5pm New English Art Club Annual Lecture: “Ravilious & Bawden: An Artistic Friendship” by James Russell. Sponsored by Panter & Hall. Thursday 20 June, 11am to 12:30pm Exhibition tour and talk by Julie Jackson NEAC Friday 21 June, 12 noon Exhibition tour with Paul Curtis NEAC


New English Education Programme 2019 By Mick Kirkbride, Curator of the New English Education Programme First and foremost, I would like to express my gratitude to Jason Bowyer who was recently taken from us far too early in life. Amongst his many legacies, he was the founder of the New English Drawing School. His vision, passion for drawing, and infectious enthusiasm for teaching placed the Drawing School at the core of what the New English represents, and continues to represent. Nowadays the Drawing School has evolved into the New English Education Programme. Our classes and workshops cover a range of image making skills including painting, drawing, mixed media and printmaking. Our aim is to encourage flexibility, broadening our students’ understanding of observational scrutiny, and equipping all levels for the challenges they might encounter when trying to make a coherent image.

each artist responding differently throughout the year. Gabriella’s journey has not been about radical change or shift, but more about a reaffirmation and honing of what is already a cohesive visual language. Her outcomes constantly demonstrate inherent tonal awareness, and an ability to express complex structural relationships in an economical yet informative manner. In contrast, Beverley’s work has remained open to question and change as she continues to search for an artistic identity. This has yielded some direct and often intuitive outcomes, with a flexible approach to the handling of a range of wet and dry media. Her ability to translate the meaning and evoke the atmosphere of her subjects is tangible. I hope you enjoy the fruits of their labour, which are evidenced in our exhibition.

Over the past year there has been a varied programme including “Experimental Drawing” with Charles Williams. Jason Bowyer himself delivered a “Movement into Structure” workshop, with Paul Handley using images from art history as a starting point to experiment with appropriation. Alongside these, John Dobbs offered a “Reductive Figure” day in which students were encouraged to develop a visual shorthand. Tim Benson’s portrait painting session was enthusiastically received, as was Neil Pittaway’s adaptable approach to teaching watercolour. The Education Programme also gave a free taster life drawing session at Mall Galleries as part of the gallery’s annual graduate exhibition FBA Futures. I would like to thank all members who have contributed over the past year, and special thanks to Heatherley School

Taster sessions Gabriella Marchini Seated Nude

of Fine Art for providing us with an outstanding venue at no charge, not only for workshops but also weekly life drawing sessions held during term time. Each year the Education Programme offers two scholarships selected from an open submission of portfolios. The successful applicants are given free access to all our classes and workshops, and are encouraged to establish informal mentoring relationships with the New English membership. Visiting members in their studio environments is seen as an integral part of the scholarship experience. This year’s recipients were Gabriella Marchini and Beverley Isaacs,

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


Beverley Isaacs

creative world, and sharing with me their own experiences and being given advice, has all been very helpful.

Being granted the NEAC Scholarship has felt a little like doing a self-directed MA in observational drawing. Through experimenting freely at the excellent weekly life drawing classes, having the chance to work in other ways on the workshops, as well as the encouragement I received at the 1-1 mentoring sessions with NEAC artists, I have been able to investigate, reflect on my process, and consolidate my work.

The days where I painted on the streets was fantastic, as it’s something I don’t usually do. It was really interesting seeing some of the members in their element, and was great fun painting with them. Very mind opening. One of the first artists I went to visit asked me what I was expecting from this opportunity, of being rewarded a scholarship...

Halfway through the Scholarship I had to move out of my live/work studio in London… so I made the choice to spend the few months inbetween studios in Mexico, where I continued to put into practice the things I had learned. In the middle of February, during a visit to a remote laguna on the coast of Oaxaca, I found myself amongst a community of fishermen who shared a stunning natural landscape with local wildlife. With only a quarter bottle of ink, a reed pen made on a Jason Bowyer workshop, a sketchbook and a few tubes of paint in my backpack, I began to draw the local laguna life. Local stores did not sell anything as luxurious as art materials, so I foraged sticks to make marks. Suddenly at this point, with such limited resources, I felt I had a small breakthrough, which became a stepping stone for later paintings I did in Oaxaca. On my return to England when I tried to contact Jason again to review my (reed) drawings I discovered the sad news of his death. Without a doubt, I felt he had inspired me, and so I would like to take this opportunity to thank him and the other mentors who have supported me.

This has been a year of self-discovery, becoming a lot more confident and determined. I have definitely put myself out there as an artist. The only negative aspect is that the journey has gone by way too fast. It has been truly amazing. Thank you. Beverley Isaacs Casa de Augustin

Gabriella Marchini Becoming a NEAC scholar has allowed me to go on an amazing experience this year. Leaving the comfort zone of my own studio and daily habits, and allowing myself to try new experiences, has been a great journey. Attending regular life drawing classes and workshops, all led by different artists, has taught me to experiment with various approaches and techniques. The trips I’ve made to visit some of the NEAC members have been really inspiring experiences, and definitely enjoyable ones as well. Being allowed into their homes and seeing their own


An appreciation of Jason Bowyer PPNEAC PS RP (1957–2019) By Claire Ireland

In the Dunes

Jason was a key figure within the New English Art Club. In 1993, he founded the NEAC Drawing School, which he always championed, fuelled by an obsession and a great passion for drawing. He was always at the centre of the Club, a vocal and passionate contributor at committee meetings throughout the years. He became President in 2008, until 2013. Jason Bowyer was born in Chiswick in 1957. He studied Foundation and BA Fine Art at Camberwell School of Art. He then completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Painting at the Royal Academy Schools. Despite his childhood desire to be centre forward for Fulham, he became a full-time painter and an inspiring teacher but remained a loyal football fan. He was also the All England Lawn Tennis Club Wimbledon Championship artist in 2011. He went to Camp Bastion in Afghanistan as a war artist with his brother Francis for REMI, the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, in 2013. Jason’s painting was entwined with his family

identified it as a gamekeeper and a love for butterflies began.

Forge Window

life, often collaborating with his wife, a ceramic sculptor, and his son, a graphic designer. He spent most summers painting in Suffolk and it became an integral part of their creative life. Light was a crucial element in his paintings and he preferred a cluster of dramatic clouds to a clear blue sky any day. He seemed to have absorbed the atmosphere along that coastline and the more familiar he became with it, the more he wanted to bring out a more sculptural quality - linking them to the interiors of the workshops and the structured still lifes he painted back in his studio at the Steam Museum. In a painting of the wild flowers by their beach hut, Jason incorporated one of the many butterflies that would hover around and he later

The poet John Masefield described them as “the souls of summer hours.” They exist in the most wonderful places, in the best of all weathers, in the greatest of seasons. Jason painted his last works on Walberswick beach in glorious sunshine just a few days before his untimely death on 17 February. In The Guardian, Zoe Williams remarked on the sunshine this February, “I love that feeling when the air temperature is coolish and the sun finds a spot on your back, like a memento, a promise, a siren song. You remember summer; it’s coming back for you”. That is what his paintings do and it resonates with all who admire his work. “You remember summer; it’s coming back for you.”


An appreciation of Karólína Lárusdóttir NEAC RE RWS (1944–2019) By Jacqueline Rizvi NEAC RBA RWS

Karólína Lárusdóttir NEAC RE RWS was born in Reykjavik in 1944. Her grandfather worked in a travelling circus before returning in the 1930s to establish a grand hotel. Memories of this glamorous world, and family picnics to the spectacular Icelandic countryside influenced much of her imagery in later life. During a trip to the UK aged fifteen, she was treated to a tour of the Royal Academy Schools, which started a long association with the British art scene and a resolve that this was what she was meant to do with her life. Her parents were unconvinced, but her grandmother stepped up becoming her greatest supporter – paying for bed, board and materials in the UK. She studied at the Sir John Cass School of Art and the Ruskin School of Art, graduating in 1967. She gave birth to her two children, prompting a sabbatical from painting. Then, in 1977, Karólína enrolled on a lithography course under the instruction of Jane Stobart, who remained a great friend. She began etching with Harry Eccleston, acclaimed artist and printmaker.

(above) The Dancer courtesy of Sarah Wiseman Gallery, Oxford (left) Karólína Lárusdóttir working on an etching plate in Linda Richardson’s studio, undated, c. 2007 Photograph by Linda Richardson. By kind permission of Samantha Percival and Aðalsteinn Ingólfsson

I first noticed Karólína’s work more than thirty years ago when I saw at the Bankside Gallery a little etching ‘Angel Speaks to Woman’ – magical in feeling and beautifully drawn. I bought it, and through it I met Karólína, who became a good friend. Karólína introduced me and my daughter Sophia to Iceland. She lent us her beautiful flat in Reykjavik to stay in and gave us introductions to her friends and family. It was the beginning of a lifelong friendship with the country. My work gained a dimension, and Sophia is the painter she is thanks to Karólína. I love Karólína’s imagination, rooted as it is in her native country and society, and expressed through strong, firm draughtsmanship.

In Iceland, I saw the stolid men and women who appear in her narratives, the snow-covered mountains and glaciers and the little blue and red houses that form the backgrounds and settings; and the visiting angels made perfect sense. Karólína was immensely kind and generous; generous in her appreciation of fellow artists and especially encouraging to young artists.


An appreciation of Peter Kelly NEAC RBA (1931–2019) By Judith Gardner RBA NEAC

Low Water, River Thames, London

We are sad to share the news that Peter Kelly died on 17 April this year. He was a member of the New English Art Club from 2007 and a member of the Royal Society of British Artists since 1982. Peter was an enthusiastic member of both societies and I particularly remember him from the RBA where he was always the first person to put himself forward to support events and exhibitions. I was fortunate to recently meet Peter and his wife Brenda at Aldeburgh where we were both handing in work for an exhibition at Thompson’s. Members of both societies will miss his friendship and his skilful, beautiful, evocative paintings at exhibitions. Our thoughts go out to his wife Brenda and the family of his two sons. Peter trained in graphic design at the West Ham School of Art and Technology and afterwards at the Central School of Art and Design in London. In 1957, he pursued a career as a graphic designer, illustrator and painter.

The Red Vase

Peter’s paintings display his mastery of light. His preference for a limited palette of muted tonal colours, occasionally warmed by brighter accents which was reminiscent of the Dutch and Scandinavian Schools. His paintings of architecture show the fine classical draughtsmanship which characterises his work. Peter painted interiors, landscapes and still life. He explored the world of empty rooms, mysterious corridors, atmospheric canals and ancient silent churches. Peter’s works are invariably paintings of stillness, of moments suspended in time. In a world of increasing pace and rapidity they offer an escape into a world of calm and quiet reflection. We all shall miss him.

Sunlight on the Water, Burnham-on-Crouch

The Old Church, The Closed Church


Diana Armfield Helleborus Niger Chalk 20” x 16” £1,550

Richard Bawden Narcissi Watercolour 23” x 22” £880

Louise Balaam Thinking about Patrick Heron, Zennor Oil 7” x 9” £795

Tim Benson Self Portrait, Arms behind Back Oil 14” x 12” £1,600


June Berry The Old Bridge Oil 39” x 44” £2,950

Jane Bond Bear Oil 18” x 16” £1,800

James Bland The Lighthouse Oil 20” x 20” £1,500

Francis Bowyer The Blyth River at Sunset Oil 36” x 36” £2,500


Jason Bowyer Forge Light Oil 48” x 48” £4,200

Patricia Cain ‘Together, mixt’ Mixed media 13” x 11” £970

Peter Brown Ella, Toby, Ned and Hattie in the Studio Oil 64” x 79” £25,000

Diana Calvert Refilling the Bird Feeder Oil 14” x 15” £550


David Carpanini Morning Mists, Toscana Pencil & charcoal 22” x 19” £1,250

Tom Coates Garden Path at Home Oil 56” x 30” £6,000

Peter Clossick Liberty Oil 33” x 25” £2,200

David Cobley Young Couple Oil 14” x 14” £1,450


Tessa Coleman Rock Paper Scissors II Oil 20” x 20” £1,900

Jane Corsellis The Potter’s Shelf Oil 14” x 15” £2,500

Michael Cooper Evening Landscape Oil 20” x 14” £3,000

Patrick Cullen In a Doorway in Provence Pastel 35” x 28” £3,300


Fred Cuming Angel of the South Oil 12” x 24” £6,600

Saied Dai After Dark Study Oil 44” x 32” £8,000

Paul Curtis Summer Flowers, St Ives, Cornwall Oil & acrylic 38” x 38” £3,250

John Dobbs St Paul’s Oil 19” x 19” £950


Michael Fairclough Orkney - Hoy Sound XXVI Oil 16” x 17” £1,450

Alex Fowler Lafayette Park, San Francisco Oil 12” x 16” £900

Caroline Frood From Brays Farm Oil 29” x 35” £4,400

Judith Gardner Garden in Autumn Light Oil 30” x 30” £1,200


Dennis Gilbert Climate Change Oil 36” x 46” £2,800

Anthony Green Retrospective I - Small Telephone Kiosk, 1963 Oil 36” x 28” £14,000

Paul R Gildea Jenka with Potatoes Oil 75” x 46” £14,000

Charlotte Halliday A Marylebone Church Pencil & watercolour 34” x 25” £2,000


Paul Handley The Castle Station I - Towards Nottingham Oil 29” x 50” £750

Julie Held Mariner Acrylic & oil 48” x 72” £9,500

Charles Hardaker Still Life - 12 Objects Oil 26” x 36” £3,500

Benjamin Hope Studio Corner I Oil 52” x 38” £10,000


Julie Jackson The Road to Martigny Oil 20” x 24” £1,400

Craig Jefferson Camel Reflection Oil 19” x 15” £1,500

Mary Jackson Hot Chilli Peppers Oil 19” x 19” £1,500

Pamela Kay Quince Oil 9” x 11” £1,850


Michael Kirkbride Workshop Wall Oil 34” x 26” £1,700

Ann Le Bas A Variety of Roofs Oil 16” x 17” £950

Peter Kuhfeld Alfred Carriere and Constance Spry - 23 July 2018 Oil 17” x 18” £2,850

Andrew Macara November Snow, Allestree Woods, Derby Oil 38” x 56” £7,500


Bridget Moore Pramful of Dogs Gouache 16” x 15” £825

Arthur Neal Studio and Garden Oil 51” x 39” £7,000

Anthony Morris Blenheim Palace Oil 30” x 33” £2,800

Paul Newland Leaves, Jugs and Holographic Paper Watercolour 15” x 17” £475


William Packer December Leaves Oil 26” x 26” £2,700

Richard Pikesley Chips and a Pint, Weymouth Harbour Oil 21” x 27” £1,975

David Parfitt Intercolumnar Oil 32” x 27” £4,000

Neil Pittaway Facing Everest Oil 26” x 52” £3,250


Salliann Putman Landmarks Watercolour & gouache 26” x 26” £1,750

Charles Rake House on a Hill Oil 28” x 36” £3,500

Simon Quadrat The Parting Oil 38” x 46” £7,800

Jacqueline Rizvi Still Life with Waterlily Bowl Oil 18” x 20” £2,250


Susan Ryder Dining Table with French Lamp Oil 27” x 37” £4,800

Daniel Shadbolt Bowl Oil 13” x 15” £530

Melissa Scott-Miller February Warm Spell at Regent’s Canal Oil 24” x 30” £2,700

Ann Shrager Four Ladies in Saris Oil 12” x 12” £2,500


Dawn Sidoli Early Self Portrait Oil 16” x 13” NFS

Richard Sorrell The Sea Oil 82” x 49” £6,000

Charlotte Sorapure Shrew Oil 8” x 10” £980

Sarah Spencer Whitstable Sky and Seascape Oil 34” x 39” £4,500


Ruth Stage The Thames at Richmond Egg tempera 14” x 17” £1,200

Lorna Vahey Moonlight and Humpy Hills Oil 28” x 23” £950

Nick Tidnam Memories of Amritsar Acrylic 13” x 16” £950

Toby Ward Unknown Heirloom Oil 20” x 14” £2,500


Robert E Wells Evensong - Morley Oil 42” x 42” £4,800

Michael Whittlesea Clerkenwell Oil 20” x 20” £2,500

Jenny Wheatley Hide and Seek Acrylic 30” x 30” £2,600

Charles Williams Uneasy Relationship Oil 40” x 48” £5,000


Jacqueline Williams Nude Morning Sun Oil 17” x 14” £950

Duncan Wood Towards Brailes Oil 19” x 26” £4,800

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 the New English Art Club (Registered Charity No. 295780) and 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.

Caroline Frood Hogweed Shadows Oil 31” x 25” £2,800


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For information about the edition availability of prints, please enquire at info@mallgalleries.com | Please note that the sizes of works are approximate and include frames 1 HRH The Prince of Wales Abandoned Croft on the Island of Stroma, Caithness (I) Watercolour 19 2 HRH The Prince of Wales Looking towards the Cairnwell and Glas Maol Watercolour 19 3 Diana Armfield HNEAC Hon PS RA Hon RWS Hellebores at Christmas Pastel & chalk 17 4 Diana Armfield HNEAC Hon PS RA Hon RWS Helleborus Niger Chalk 20 5 Caroline Atkins Anemone and Hyacinth Oil 13 6 Wayne Attwood Dear Friends Oil 22 7 Hannah Ivory Baker Pale Sky and Cloud Oil 16 8 Louise Balaam NEAC RWA Early Summer, Skylarks Singing (Pentre Ifan) Oil 43 9 Louise Balaam NEAC RWA Edge of the Land, Cape Cornwall Oil 31 10 Louise Balaam NEAC RWA Moorland, Dark Green and Pale Cloud Oil 9 11 Louise Balaam NEAC RWA Thinking about Patrick Heron, Zennor Oil 7 12 Richard Bawden NEAC RE RWS Louise’s Sitting Room Watercolour 20 13 Richard Bawden NEAC RE RWS Narcissi Watercolour 23 14 Richard Bawden NEAC RE RWS Twins (edition of 85. £195 unframed) Etching 16 15 Tom Benjamin Gap between the Houseboats, Retreating Tide Oil 37 16 Tom Benjamin Yellow Fishing Boat Oil 21 17 Keith Bennett Big Hats and Gossip Oil 17 18 Tim Benson NEAC PROI Hugh By Lamplight Oil 31 19 Tim Benson NEAC PROI Richard Oil 22 20 Tim Benson NEAC PROI Robin Oil 16 21 Tim Benson NEAC PROI Self Portrait, Arms behind Back Oil 14 22 June Berry NEAC Hon RE RWA RWS Blackfriars Watercolour 26 23 June Berry NEAC Hon RE RWA RWS The Abandoned Cottage Watercolour 50 24 June Berry NEAC Hon RE RWA RWS The Old Bridge Oil 39 25 June Berry NEAC Hon RE RWA RWS The Short Cut Oil 26 26 James Bland NEAC Bathers with a Hare Oil 22 27 James Bland NEAC Beatrice Oil 14 28 James Bland NEAC Carousel Oil 32 29 James Bland NEAC The Lighthouse Oil 20 30 Jane Bond NEAC RP Bear Oil 18 31 Francis Bowyer NEAC PPRWS Across the Marshes to Southwold Oil 11 32 Francis Bowyer NEAC PPRWS Moorings on the Blyth River Watercolour 14 33 Francis Bowyer NEAC PPRWS Suffolk Sky Oil 36 34 Francis Bowyer NEAC PPRWS The Blyth River at Sunset Oil 36 35 Jason Bowyer NEAC PS RP (1957-2019) Beach Fence Oil 32 36 Jason Bowyer NEAC PS RP (1957-2019) Forge Light Oil 48 37 Jason Bowyer NEAC PS RP (1957-2019) Forge Window Oil 60 38 Jason Bowyer NEAC PS RP (1957-2019) In the Dunes Oil 36 39 Jason Bowyer NEAC PS RP (1957-2019) Path to the Sea Oil 34 40 Peter Brown PNEAC PS Hon RBA ROI RP Christmas at Combe Park 2018 Oil 30 41 Peter Brown PNEAC PS Hon RBA ROI RP Ella, Toby, Ned and Hattie in the Studio 2019 Oil 64 42 Peter Brown PNEAC PS Hon RBA ROI RP The Jazz Trio, 1 Line Columbus Circle, New York Oil 13 43 Peter Brown PNEAC PS Hon RBA ROI RP Toby in the Pink Chair Oil 26 44 Patricia Cain NEAC PS In Verdure Mixed media 13 45 Patricia Cain NEAC PS Left Bank Pastel 48 46 Patricia Cain NEAC PS ‘Together, mixt’ Mixed media 13 47 Diana Calvert NEAC Autumn Oil 17

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Diana Calvert NEAC Cyclamen with Winter Shrubs Oil 10 Diana Calvert NEAC Refilling the Bird Feeder Oil 14 Diana Calvert NEAC Small Blue Plums Oil 12 David Carpanini NEAC PPRE RWA Hon RWS Early Morning, Toscana Mixed media 21 David Carpanini NEAC PPRE RWA Hon RWS Kyffin X, A Windy Day in Nant Peris Soft ground etching 28 David Carpanini NEAC PPRE RWA Hon RWS Morning Mists, Toscana Pencil & charcoal 22 David Carpanini NEAC PPRE RWA Hon RWS Storm at Val D’Orcia I Mixed media 21 Rosie Clark Head to Toe Pencil 22 Peter Clossick NEAC Liberty Oil 33 Peter Clossick NEAC Rocket Woman Oil 37 Peter Clossick NEAC Study for Liberty Pastel 33 Peter Clossick NEAC The Last Few Days Oil 50 Tom Coates HNEAC Hon PS Hon RBA RP RWA RWS Garden Path at Home Oil 56 Tom Coates HNEAC Hon PS Hon RBA RP RWA RWS Mary Painting in the Kitchen Oil 28 Tom Coates HNEAC Hon PS Hon RBA RP RWA RWS Orchestra Study Oil 14 Tom Coates HNEAC Hon PS Hon RBA RP RWA RWS Resting in the Studio Oil 18 David Cobley NEAC RP A Bit Like Tracey Emin Oil 14 David Cobley NEAC RP Young Couple Oil 14 Austin Cole RBA Beijing Hutong 5 (ed. of 20. £360 u/f) Etching & aquatint 14 Austin Cole RBA Kamakurra Trail 4 (ed. of 40. £260 u/f) Hard ground etching 13 Tessa Coleman NEAC Honor Drawing Me Graphite 25 Tessa Coleman NEAC In the Empty Quarter Oil 30 Tessa Coleman NEAC Rock Paper Scissors I Oil 20 Tessa Coleman NEAC Rock Paper Scissors II Oil 20 Michael Collins Edge of the World Oil 24 Michael Cooper NEAC Evening Landscape Oil 20 Michael Cooper NEAC Hill Curve and Cloud Oil 20 Michael Cooper NEAC Small Self Portrait Oil 7 Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS Autumn Trees by the Thames Oil 21 Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS River Moonlight (ed. of 25. £150 u/f) Etching 15 Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS Setting Sun, Chiswick Oil 39 Jane Corsellis NEAC RWS The Potter’s Shelf Oil 14 James Cowan Reflection with Mannequin Watercolour 34 Louisa Crispin Flight Path XXII Graphite 11 James Crittenden Sen PS Gone to Lunch (ed. of 10. £495 u/f) Etching 19 Ian Cryer FROI Mixed Messages 8 Oil 28 Patrick Cullen NEAC Brushing Her Hair Oil 24 Patrick Cullen NEAC Carla Oil 46 Patrick Cullen NEAC In a Doorway in Provence Pastel 35 Patrick Cullen NEAC L’indolente Pastel 28 Fred Cuming NEAC RA Angel of the South Oil 12 Fred Cuming NEAC RA Boddinick Ferry Oil 12 Fred Cuming NEAC RA Bonfire, Angel of the South Oil 24 Fred Cuming NEAC RA Dawn, Rye Harbour Entry Oil 12 Robert Cunnew Seaford Head No. 2 Acrylic 20 Sean Cunningham 15/3/2018 Acrylic 14 Sean Cunningham 16/10/2018 Acrylic 11 Paul Curtis NEAC Late Evening Sun, Porthmeor Beach, St Ives Oil & acrylic 32 Paul Curtis NEAC Spring Flowers, Porthmeor Beach, St Ives Oil & acrylic 30

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10 485 15 550 16 575 17 950 22 550 19 1,250 16 950 29 550 25 2,200 32 3,400 25 1,200 50 5,900 30 6,000 32 5,000 16 1,500 26 3,000 14 1,450 14 1,450 26 420 26 370 18 800 30 2,400 20 1,900 20 1,900 48 4,000 14 3,000 14 3,000 7 NFS 25 3,500 14 185 25 3,750 15 2,500 25 800 11 450 22 595 30 3,400 27 2,250 36 5,500 28 3,300 36 3,950 24 6,600 20 6,050 24 10,780 24 6,600 20 690 16 800 13 800 37 3,250 30 2,500


Name

Title

Medium

Size (inches)

£

97 Paul Curtis NEAC Summer Flowers, St Ives, Cornwall Oil & acrylic 38 x 38 3,250 98 Paul Curtis NEAC Two Hyacinths and a Chinese Vase Acrylic 12 x 12 650 99 Saied Dai NEAC RP After Dark Study Oil 44 x 32 8,000 100 Saied Dai NEAC RP Winter Oil 25 x 31 6,500 101 John Dobbs NEAC Diggerland 7 Oil 26 x 32 1,800 102 John Dobbs NEAC Little Diggerland Oil 13 x 16 350 103 John Dobbs NEAC Runners Oil 50 x 64 6,000 104 John Dobbs NEAC St Paul’s Oil 19 x 19 950 105 Michael Fairclough NEAC Orkney - Hoy Sound XXVI Oil 16 x 17 1,450 106 Michael Fairclough NEAC Orkney - Marwick Bay XIV Oil 16 x 17 1,450 107 Michael Fairclough NEAC The Column of Light V Oil 19 x 21 1,950 108 Michael Fairclough NEAC The Column of Light VI Oil 19 x 21 1,950 109 Anne-Lise Firth Morning, New Year’s Eve Oil 18 x 22 625 110 Alex Fowler NEAC Atop Twin Peaks, San Francisco Oil 12 x 16 900 111 Alex Fowler NEAC Dolores Park towards the City, Early Evening Oil 12 x 16 900 112 Alex Fowler NEAC Lafayette Park, San Francisco Oil 12 x 16 900 113 Alex Fowler NEAC Palace of Fine Arts, San Francisco Oil 12 x 16 900 114 L Michele Franklin Stormboat Oil 6 x 9 450 115 Barry Freeman Allotments - Afternoon Oil 22 x 22 650 116 Roy Freer NEAC Hon Rtd RI ROI In Conjunction Oil 16 x 20 1,785 117 Roy Freer NEAC Hon Rtd RI ROI In Unison Oil 10 x 12 1,020 118 Roy Freer NEAC Hon Rtd RI ROI Overview Oil 16 x 20 1,785 119 Caroline Frood NEAC From Brays Farm Oil 29 x 35 4,400 120 Caroline Frood NEAC Hogweed Shadows Oil 31 x 25 2,800 121 Michael Gage September, East Malling Acrylic 22 x 22 500 122 Judith Gardner NEAC RBA February Snowfall Oil 10 x 15 680 123 Judith Gardner NEAC RBA Fields in Spring Light Late Afternoon Oil 11 x 17 750 124 Judith Gardner NEAC RBA Garden in Autumn Light Oil 30 x 30 1,200 125 Judith Gardner NEAC RBA Paddlers in Pink Light Oil 13 x 13 490 126 Dennis Gilbert NEAC Bank Holiday Oil 23 x 28 1,400 127 Dennis Gilbert NEAC Climate Change Oil 36 x 46 2,800 128 Dennis Gilbert NEAC Lovers in Venice Oil 13 x 15 700 129 Dennis Gilbert NEAC Man Walking with Dog Oil 15 x 19 900 130 Paul R Gildea NEAC Alyona with Scissors Oil 22 x 36 9,000 131 Paul R Gildea NEAC Frisbee at Waxham Oil 6 x 10 1,900 132 Paul R Gildea NEAC Jenka with Potatoes Oil 75 x 46 14,000 133 Paul R Gildea NEAC Pushing Oil 29 x 47 9,000 134 Raina Goran London Eye Acrylic & collage 16 x 19 650 135 Anthony Green NEAC RA Hon RBA Hon ROI Retrospective I - Small Telephone Kiosk, 1963 Oil 36 x 28 14,000 136 Anthony Green NEAC RA Hon RBA Hon ROI Retrospective II - Garden of Eden Oil 48 x 48 19,000 137 Anthony Green NEAC RA Hon RBA Hon ROI Retrospective III - The Happy Morning, 1988 Mixed media 62 x 42 5,000 138 Anthony Green NEAC RA Hon RBA Hon ROI Retrospective IV - Working Drawing for Madeleines Ashes, 2017 Mixed media 24 diameter 3,000 139 Charlotte Halliday HNEAC RWS A Marylebone Church Pencil & watercolour 34 x 25 2,000 140 Charlotte Halliday HNEAC RWS Close Encounter, Woronzow Road Pencil & watercolour 14 x 15 850 141 Charlotte Halliday HNEAC RWS Early Spring, Springfield Road Pencil & watercolour 14 x 12 850 142 Charlotte Halliday HNEAC RWS March Primroses Pencil & watercolour 14 x 13 750 143 Paul Handley NEAC Studio Still Life I Oil 52 x 28 750 144 Paul Handley NEAC Studio Still Life II Oil 52 x 26 750 145 Paul Handley NEAC The Castle Station I - Towards Nottingham Oil 29 x 50 750


Name 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185 186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194

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Medium

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Paul Handley NEAC The Castle Station II - Towards Lincoln Oil 29 x Charles Hardaker NEAC RBA Still Life - 4 Objects Oil 24 x Charles Hardaker NEAC RBA Still Life - 5 Objects Oil 11 x Charles Hardaker NEAC RBA Still Life - 6 Objects Oil 26 x Charles Hardaker NEAC RBA Still Life - 12 Objects Oil 26 x Josephine Harris NEAC Market Day Ink 16 x Josephine Harris NEAC The Boss Pen & ink 10 x Josephine Harris NEAC Welcome Ink 10 x Clare Haward Still Life with Etruscan Cup II Oil 14 x Clare Haward Still Life with Italian Vase Oil 20 x Julia Hawkins AROI Portrait of the Artist’s Mother in the Studio Oil 31 x Julia Hawkins AROI Study with the Old Mantelpiece Oil 25 x Julie Held NEAC RWS Boat Journey Charcoal & chalk 15 x Julie Held NEAC RWS Cold Night Acrylic & oil 48 x Julie Held NEAC RWS Life Belt Acrylic & oil 72 x Julie Held NEAC RWS Mariner Acrylic & oil 48 x Andrew Hitchcock Fallen Goldfinch Oil 11 x Benjamin Hope NEAC PS ARSMA Brolly and the Chocolate Factory Oil 37 x Benjamin Hope NEAC PS ARSMA Heather Cottage Crockery I Oil 16 x Benjamin Hope NEAC PS ARSMA June Oil 25 x Benjamin Hope NEAC PS ARSMA Studio Corner I Oil 52 x Felicity House PS Papaya and Limes Pastel 14 x Ken Howard HNEAC OBE RA RBA RBSA ROI Old Brompton Road Morning Light Oil 29 x Ken Howard HNEAC OBE RA RBA RBSA ROI Roses at Oriel Oil 20 x Ken Howard HNEAC OBE RA RBA RBSA ROI S. Torini Oil 15 x Ken Howard HNEAC OBE RA RBA RBSA ROI Santa Marina Afternoon Light Oil 29 x Tom Hughes Changing Lanes Oil 8 x Tom Hughes Last Light from the Bedroom Window Oil 17 x Julie Jackson NEAC Hackney 2019 Mixed media 34 x Julie Jackson NEAC Michael in the Kitchen, Stoke Newington Oil 40 x Julie Jackson NEAC Sauve Bridge Oil 18 x Julie Jackson NEAC The Road to Martigny Oil 20 x Mary Jackson NEAC RWS Beach Volley Ball at Sunset Oil 14 x Mary Jackson NEAC RWS Fresh from the Garden Oil 16 x Mary Jackson NEAC RWS Hot Chilli Peppers Oil 19 x Mary Jackson NEAC RWS Tinderbox Point, Tasmania Oil 26 x Laura Jacobs Cupboard 360 (Detail) (ed. of 100. £425 u/f) Intaglio gravure 32 x Laura Jacobs Empty Chair Mixed media 82 x Andrew James NEAC RP Autumn Sunset, Queens Rd Oil 17 x Andrew James NEAC RP Nude Charcoal 22 x Andrew James NEAC RP Squash on Foil Oil 19 x Andrew James NEAC RP The Departure Oil 17 x Craig Jefferson NEAC Bottle, Jars and Scissors Still Life Oil 15 x Craig Jefferson NEAC Camel Reflection Oil 19 x Craig Jefferson NEAC Multiple Perspectives of a Camel Charcoal 37 x Craig Jefferson NEAC Walking Figure Oil 44 x Victoria Jinivizian Interior, Wiltshire Oil 24 x Eliza John Untitled Mixed media 20 x Isobel Johnstone Black Dahlia and Hydrangeas Oil 26 x

£

55 750 28 2,750 18 1,250 26 2,500 36 3,500 17 575 13 495 12 495 17 1,400 16 1,100 26 1,500 37 1,700 10 575 24 5,000 48 7,500 72 9,500 7 400 42 8,000 16 800 21 1,600 38 10,000 15 850 17 8,500 16 4,750 12 4,000 13 7,000 8 350 17 350 36 1,200 40 4,000 20 1,300 24 1,400 16 1,250 14 1,250 19 1,500 30 3,000 24 495 50 8,895 24 2,500 16 1,000 25 2,500 23 2,500 18 1,500 15 1,500 27 2,200 23 3,500 31 1,500 16 450 26 1,200


Name 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243

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Medium

Size (inches)

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Pamela Kay NEAC RBA Hyacinth and Primroses Oil 10 x 8 1,850 Pamela Kay NEAC RBA Primroses in the Delft Brick Oil 7 x 7 950 Pamela Kay NEAC RBA Quince Oil 9 x 11 1,850 Peter Kelly NEAC RBA Low Tide, River Thames, London Oil 29 x 37 2,900 Peter Kelly NEAC RBA Sunlight on the Water, Burnham-on-Crouch Oil 24 x 31 2,500 Peter Kelly NEAC RBA The Old Church, The Closed Church Oil 23 x 27 2,500 Peter Kelly NEAC RBA The Red Vase Oil 14 x 11 550 Michael Kirkbride NEAC Building a Still Life RADA Oil 65 x 40 5,000 Michael Kirkbride NEAC Building a Still Life RADA Study Distemper 9 x 8 650 Michael Kirkbride NEAC Stadium of Light Oil 11 x 12 750 Michael Kirkbride NEAC Workshop Wall Oil 34 x 26 1,700 Peter Kuhfeld NEAC RP Alfred Carriere and Constance Spry - 23 July 2018 Oil 17 x 18 2,850 Peter Kuhfeld NEAC RP Comte de Chambord - 4, 5 July, 2018 Oil 15 x 15 2,200 Peter Kuhfeld NEAC RP Lady Hillingdon - 24 October 2018 Oil 23 x 22 2,850 Peter Kuhfeld NEAC RP The Baptistery of San Giovanni, Florence Oil 21 x 25 3,600 Karólína Lárusdóttir NEAC (1944-2019) Hotel Borg I Watercolour 26 x 20 NFS Karólína Lárusdóttir NEAC (1944-2019) Hotel Borg II Watercolour 26 x 20 NFS Karólína Lárusdóttir NEAC (1944-2019) The Dancer Oil 30 x 36 NFS Ann Le Bas NEAC RE A Variety of Roofs Oil 16 x 17 950 Ann Le Bas NEAC RE Misty Willows (ed. of 75) Aquatint & etching 20 x 23 750 Ann Le Bas NEAC RE Provencal Farmstead (ed. of 75) Aquatint & etching 16 x 20 500 J. (Jie) Li Echoes of the Silence X Watercolour 42 x 47 2,000 Jason Line Arrangement of Objects on a Window Ledge Charcoal 27 x 35 1,100 Jason Line Chair and Papers Oil 14 x 16 1,200 Norman Long Similar Shoes Oil 14 x 12 450 Andy Lovell Swirls and Eddies, North Devon (ed. of 75. £310 u/f) Silkscreen print 24 x 31 500 Andrew Macara NEAC Chatsworth Oil 34 x 64 4,000 Andrew Macara NEAC November Snow, Allestree Woods, Derby Oil 38 x 56 7,500 Andrew Macara NEAC Rose and Caterpillars Oil 15 x 17 1,750 Andrew Macara NEAC Summer in Rovinj, Croatia Oil 24 x 38 3,000 Alex Maczkowski Remnant Carbon & gouache 24 x 30 380 Alex Maczkowski The Moment Mixed media 21 x 21 380 Tom Marsh Hastings Castle Oil 12 x 20 495 Nick Hugh McCann Brian Sewell II Oil 45 x 59 6,000 Ruairi McGuigan Hands at Dinner (ed. of 15. £180 u/f) Reduction woodcut 16 x 13 300 Michael Middleton Contact Pheadra Ink & acrylic 11 x 12 500 Lynda Minter Orange, Red and Gold Diggers by Blackfriars Oil 21 x 25 1,200 Bridget Moore NEAC RBA RWS Little Cowboy Gouache 14 x 13 650 Bridget Moore NEAC RBA RWS Pramful of Dogs Gouache 16 x 15 825 Bridget Moore NEAC RBA RWS Runaway Horse Gouache 16 x 17 825 Anna Morris Postcard from the Sea #6 Mixed media 14 x 12 320 Anthony Morris NEAC RP Blenheim Palace Oil 30 x 33 2,800 Anthony Morris NEAC RP Mawganporth Beach, N. Devon Oil 12 x 13 950 Anthony Morris NEAC RP Sheep in the Snow Oil 20 x 24 1,800 Anthony Morris NEAC RP The Farne Islands Oil 26 x 30 2,500 Arthur Neal NEAC Figure Oil 25 x 25 4,250 Arthur Neal NEAC Figures by the Sea Oil 10 x 22 3,750 Arthur Neal NEAC Little Pink Gouache 14 x 12 750 Arthur Neal NEAC Studio and Garden Oil 51 x 39 7,000


Name 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251 252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292

Title

Medium

Size (inches)

£

Paul Newland NEAC RWS Evening at the Edge of Town Oil 36 x 48 4,750 Paul Newland NEAC RWS Leaves, Jugs and Holographic Paper Watercolour 15 x 17 475 Paul Newland NEAC RWS Thames Capriccio Watercolour 19 x 27 1,250 Adam Newton Christopher Acrylic 22 x 22 1,750 Liam O’Farrell The Tate & Lyle Sugar Refinery, London Oil 28 x 49 5,000 William Packer NEAC Hon PS Hon RBA December Leaves Oil 26 x 26 2,700 William Packer NEAC Hon PS Hon RBA Green Leaves Oil 20 x 17 2,100 William Packer NEAC Hon PS Hon RBA Olive Twigs Oil 20 x 17 2,100 William Packer NEAC Hon PS Hon RBA Winter Leaves Oil 26 x 20 2,400 Ginny Page Summer Berries Oil 13 x 17 3,200 David Parfitt NEAC Dazzle and Shadows Oil 39 x 51 6,000 David Parfitt NEAC Intercolumnar Oil 32 x 27 4,000 David Parfitt NEAC Riverside Drinkers Oil 10 x 12 900 David Parfitt NEAC Still Life with Cow Skull Oil 14 x 14 1,500 Oliver Pearce Band Stand Oil & acrylic 71 x 67 3,000 Melvyn Petterson NEAC RBA RE A Day for Shadows (ed. of 30. £300 u/f) Etching 18 x 18 400 Melvyn Petterson NEAC RBA RE Pines, Humberston Pencil 14 x 14 500 Melvyn Petterson NEAC RBA RE Towards West Torrington Watercolour 24 x 30 1,500 Eve Pettitt Still Life Metamorphosis Oil 22 x 18 1,200 Christina Philpott Still Life with Apricots Oil & acrylic 20 x 25 400 Simon Pierse Yellow Box Gums, Morning Oil 25 x 19 950 Richard Pikesley PPNEAC RWS Chips and a Pint, Weymouth Harbour Oil 21 x 27 1,975 Richard Pikesley PPNEAC RWS Last Light, Weymouth Harbour Oil 12 x 22 1,075 Richard Pikesley PPNEAC RWS Rain Passing, Pilsdon Pen Oil 41 x 41 3,950 Richard Pikesley PPNEAC RWS Waiting for the Boat, Isola Ponza Oil 18 x 20 1,200 Neil Pittaway NEAC RE RWS Annapurna Massif Acrylic 26 x 52 3,250 Neil Pittaway NEAC RE RWS Covent Garden on the Stage Pen & ink 34 x 43 2,150 Neil Pittaway NEAC RE RWS Facing Everest Oil 26 x 52 3,250 Neil Pittaway NEAC RE RWS From a Himalayan Temple Acrylic 34 x 47 3,250 Salliann Putman NEAC RWS Bonnard’s Gift to Rothko - Rothko’s Debt to Bonnard Watercolour & gouache 21 x 21 950 Salliann Putman NEAC RWS Landmarks Watercolour & gouache 26 x 26 1,750 Salliann Putman NEAC RWS Quiet Moment Watercolour & gouache 17 x 17 750 Salliann Putman NEAC RWS Yellow Harbour Watercolour & gouache 17 x 17 750 Simon Quadrat NEAC PPRWA Couple under an Arch Oil 22 x 18 1,850 Simon Quadrat NEAC PPRWA The Parting Oil 38 x 46 7,800 Simon Quadrat NEAC PPRWA Woman in the Street Oil 21 x 24 2,250 Charles Rake NEAC A Quiet Moment Oil 17 x 14 575 Charles Rake NEAC Hill Town, Moon, and Magnolia Oil 24 x 32 1,950 Charles Rake NEAC House on a Hill Oil 28 x 36 3,500 Charles Rake NEAC The Continental Café Oil 15 x 16 575 Adam Ralston Blackpool Beach Oil 18 x 20 595 Adam Ralston Seaside Escape Oil 18 x 20 595 Petra Regent Catalogue of Seasons Mixed media 23 x 32 1,600 Jacqueline Rizvi NEAC RBA RWS Marine III Oil 14 x 18 950 Jacqueline Rizvi NEAC RBA RWS Marine IV Oil 14 x 18 950 Jacqueline Rizvi NEAC RBA RWS Still Life with Chinese Screen Oil 18 x 20 2,250 Jacqueline Rizvi NEAC RBA RWS Still Life with Waterlily Bowl Oil 18 x 20 2,250 Andrew Roberts So I Had a Takeaway Oil 12 x 12 1,200 Andrew Roberts Steve Says It’s OK Oil 12 x 12 1,200


Name 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311 312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341

Title

Medium

Size (inches)

Ilaria Rosselli Del Turco Vivalto Lungo Oil 28 Serena Rowe Listening to Schubert with Diana Armfield Charcoal 11 Joseph Ryan Castle Oil 33 Susan Ryder NEAC RP Dining Table with French Lamp Oil 27 Susan Ryder NEAC RP Garden Drink Oil 15 Susan Ryder NEAC RP The Pink Cushion, Mas des Vignes Oil 26 Susan Ryder NEAC RP Venetian Glass Oil 41 Rachel Sankey Reverie (ed. of 5. £400 u/f) Etching 21 Glyn Saunders The Second Tree Oil 7 Diana Savostaite Blue Bathroom Oil 13 Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP February Warm Spell at Regent’s Canal Oil 24 Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP March Sunlight on Islington Gardens Oil 48 Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP Night-time View from an Islington Window Oil 32 Melissa Scott-Miller NEAC RBA RP Tiled Path with Elderflower and Cat Oil 16 Daniel Shadbolt NEAC Bowl Oil 13 Daniel Shadbolt NEAC Gabriel Oil 43 Daniel Shadbolt NEAC Still Life Oil 27 Daniel Shadbolt NEAC Winter Sun Oil 27 Bina Shah Storm at Cill Rialaig #1 Mixed media 17 Ann Shrager NEAC Four Ladies in Saris Oil 12 Ann Shrager NEAC Goat Herder, and Lady in Sari Oil 24 Ann Shrager NEAC Lady in Orange Sari and Peacock Oil 24 Ann Shrager NEAC Walking with the Elephant Oil 24 Dawn Sidoli NEAC RWA Are You Sure? Oil 14 Dawn Sidoli NEAC RWA Early Self Portrait Oil 16 Dawn Sidoli NEAC RWA Fishermen, Isle of Bute Oil 17 Dawn Sidoli NEAC RWA Portishead from the Nore Oil 18 Mike Skinner Golden Valley Chalford Mixed media 16 Charlotte Sorapure NEAC Gourd Tempera 10 Charlotte Sorapure NEAC Pomegranate Tree Tempera 19 Charlotte Sorapure NEAC Quinces Oil 19 Charlotte Sorapure NEAC Shrew Oil 8 Richard Sorrell NEAC RBA Chocolate Biscuits Oil 22 Richard Sorrell NEAC RBA Small Change Oil 28 Richard Sorrell NEAC RBA Swimming Lesson Oil 18 Richard Sorrell NEAC RBA The Sea Oil 82 Sarah Spackman Camellia Buds Oil 15 Sarah Spencer VPNEAC Artichokes Oil 13 Sarah Spencer VPNEAC Seascape Sketch I Oil 15 Sarah Spencer VPNEAC Seascape Sketch II Oil 11 Sarah Spencer VPNEAC Whitstable Sky and Seascape Oil 34 Ruth Stage NEAC Balcony Egg tempera 10 Ruth Stage NEAC Riverbank Egg tempera 10 Ruth Stage NEAC The Thames at Richmond Egg tempera 14 Ruth Stage NEAC The Thames at Richmond Bridge Egg tempera 15 Tom Stevenson Covent Garden in Rain Oil 10 Tom Stevenson The River at Richmond Oil 12 Nick Tidnam NEAC PRBA First Light Acrylic 10 Nick Tidnam NEAC PRBA Hill Farm, Winter Acrylic 22

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38 3,400 8 1,500 24 2,000 37 4,800 20 1,450 22 2,500 32 5,800 21 500 9 400 11 420 30 2,700 30 5,500 32 4,000 12 800 15 530 35 990 31 900 27 780 14 875 12 2,500 24 5,000 24 4,000 24 5,000 15 750 13 NFS 16 1,500 22 1,700 19 520 8 650 14 1,800 15 2,000 10 980 28 1,600 22 1,600 14 985 49 6,000 13 800 14 1,000 18 1,200 12 1,200 39 4,500 14 700 14 700 17 1,200 20 1,400 16 460 12 460 10 600 27 1,500


Name 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349 350 351 352 353 354 355 356 357 358 359 360 361 362 363 364 365 366 367 368 369 370 371 372 373 374 375 376 377 378 379 380 381 382 383 384 385

Title

Medium

Size (inches)

Nick Tidnam NEAC PRBA Memories of Amritsar Acrylic 13 x Nick Tidnam NEAC PRBA Weather, Change; West Highlands Acrylic 11 x Bernadett Timko J (ed. of 8. £650 u/f) Etching 22 x John Tookey PS Winter Langstrothdale Pastel 16 x Lorna Vahey NEAC … Even the Strongest Swimmer Watercolour & ink 28 x Lorna Vahey NEAC Farewell Cimabue Oil 23 x Lorna Vahey NEAC Moonlight and Humpy Hills Oil 28 x Lorna Vahey NEAC Whit Cunliffe Started It Oil 11 x Toby Ward NEAC Cliff Diving Oil 47 x Toby Ward NEAC Lobster Boat, New England Oil 16 x Toby Ward NEAC Sgt MacMillan Pencil & watercolour 17 x Toby Ward NEAC Unknown Heirloom Oil 20 x Sarah Warley-Cummings South Downs Way Oil 20 x Grant Watson 1st of March Snow Oil 31 x Grant Watson Armchair for Dementia Oil 31 x Michael Weller Apple and Coffee Oil 13 x Michael Weller From St Catherine’s Hill Oil 13 x Robert E Wells NEAC RBA Cat - Morley Oil 12 x Robert E Wells NEAC RBA Evensong - Morley Oil 42 x Robert E Wells NEAC RBA Lovers - Beddington Park Oil 42 x Robert E Wells NEAC RBA Mother & Child - South Downs Oil 13 x Alan Welsford Snow Fields Acrylic 15 x Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS Hide and Seek Acrylic 30 x Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS Landscape, Loutro Oil 17 x Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS Lazing on a Sunny Afternoon Acrylic 34 x Jenny Wheatley NEAC RWS Wedding Party Acrylic 34 x Fiona White Down to the Sea in Ships Mixed media 35 x John Whitehill Dead City (After Schiele) Oil 24 x Michael Whittlesea NEAC RWS Clerkenwell Oil 20 x Michael Whittlesea NEAC RWS Flower Painting Oil 20 x Michael Whittlesea NEAC RWS Oil Paint Oil 10 x Michael Whittlesea NEAC RWS Shoreditch Oil 20 x Katrina Wilkie Over the Railway Line Acrylic 13 x Bruce Williams Winter Tree and Geneva Cathedral Oil & charcoal 23 x Charles Williams NEAC RWS Jay in a Red Dress I Oil 14 x Charles Williams NEAC RWS Jay in a Red Dress II Oil 14 x Charles Williams NEAC RWS Mr Oldham & His Mates Oil 40 x Charles Williams NEAC RWS Uneasy Relationship Oil 40 x Jacqueline Williams NEAC Green Head Band Oil 24 x Jacqueline Williams NEAC Nude Morning Sun Oil 17 x Duncan Wood NEAC Towards Brailes Oil 19 x Duncan Wood NEAC Towards Brailes - Stubble Burning Watercolour 10 x Paul Wuensche Ilaria Oil 43 x Gertie Young Celestial Sardines Mixed media 11 x

£

16 950 14 750 18 700 20 650 28 980 19 880 23 950 12 580 39 7,500 12 1,950 12 800 14 2,500 24 750 21 2,400 19 2,250 15 500 15 500 12 1,200 42 4,800 42 4,800 13 1,200 13 595 30 2,600 18 1,100 42 3,800 42 3,800 52 3,200 26 900 20 2,500 20 2,500 10 850 20 2,500 17 380 13 800 8 600 8 600 48 5,000 48 5,000 15 1,300 14 950 26 4,800 13 NFS 33 4,000 11 340


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