Read digitised interactive catalogues produced for the Federation of British Artists exhibitions

Many of the catalogues produced for the Annual Exhibitions held by the Federation of British Artists Member Societies can be read on Issuu

Below is the complete collection of exhibition catalogues that can be read online.

FBA Futures 2016

FBA Futures

FBA Futures maps new practices from British Art Schools, inviting audiences to discover emerging talent and experience exciting new work.

Pastel Society 2016 Annual Exhibition

The Pastel Society

The Pastel Society is a registered charity, widely recognised for its success in promoting and encouraging the use of pastel within the contemporary art world.

 

Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours Exhibition 2016

Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours

The Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours promotes the essentially English art of watercolour

New English Art Club Annual Open Exhibition 2016

New English Art Club

The New English Art Club is a group of over 80 professional painters whose work is based principally upon direct observation of nature and the human figure

 

Royal Society of British Artists Annual Exhibition 2016

Royal Society of British Artists

The Royal Society of British Artists advocates the highest standards of skill, expression and concept throughout the visual arts

Royal Society of Marine Artists Catalogue 2016

Royal Society of Marine Artists

The Royal Society of Marine Artists is widely recognised as the focal point for much of Britain's finest contemporary marine art and many of the country's leading marine artists are elected members of the Society.

Society of Wildlife Artists Catalogues

Society of Wildlife Artists

The Society of Wildlife Artists is a registered charity that aims to generate an appreciation of and delight in the natural world through all forms of fine art, based on representing the world’s wildlife.

Royal Institute of Oil Painters

The aim of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters is to uphold the age-old tradition of painting in oils, whilst giving encouragement to outstanding young oil painters of the future.