Rae Birch Carter Drawing
Rae has won the £5,000 scholarship prize, a year of close mentorship with leading figures of the NEAC, free entry to all courses, classes and workshops run by the NEAC Education Programme, and work created during this year will be showcased at the NEAC Annual Exhibition 2024.
Posted by HannahMartin on Tue, 2023-07-04 22:37
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Meet the award winners at the NEAC Annual Exhibition - congratulations to all!
Posted by Martina on Fri, 2023-06-23 11:00
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The New English Art Club’s Annual Exhibition at Mall Galleries, London Published on 1 April 2023 by Fab UK Magazine The Mall Galleries in London is the UK’s leader in contemporary, figurative art and a visual arts charity empowering artists, founded in 1961. The gallery is run by leading and acclaimed figurative artists who curate the gallery’s collection, organised into...
Posted by Valentine on Wed, 2023-04-26 10:41
The New English Art Club encourages early career artists to submit to their free NEAC Artist Scholarships , with a winning prize of £5,000. The scholarships are aimed to support those who face financial barriers in pursuing the arts in a professional capacity, and will benefit those who have not historically had many opportunities to engage with the NEAC. Successful...
Posted by HannahMartin on Wed, 2023-03-08 00:07
Nicholas Baldion in his studio
The New English Art Club is delighted to invite early career artists working in figurative painting, drawing or printmaking to apply for the NEAC Artist Scholarships , with a prize of £5,000. Early-career artists include anyone who feels that they are at the beginning stages of their professional career, regardless of age. The free scholarships are aimed at individuals who...
Posted by HannahMartin on Tue, 2023-03-07 23:51
We are sorry to share the news of the passing of Ken Howard OBE RA HNEAC Hon RBA FROI on 11 September. Ken was a stalwart of the Federation of British Artists at Mall Galleries, elected to the New English Art Club in 1962, the Royal Institute of Oil Painters in 1966, and as an Honorary Member of the Royal...
Posted by Addi on Wed, 2022-09-14 21:52
NEAC Annual Exhibition 2022 | Award - Winners Exhibition Dates: 23 June – 9 July 2022 We would like to send our warmest congratulations to the NEAC 2022 Award-winners! Keep reading to find out more about the winning artists and their works. The Doreen McIntosh Prize £3,000 in order to reflect the best in figurative painting in British Art, The...
Posted by Valentine on Tue, 2022-06-28 14:04
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Visit Mall Galleries to see the New English Art Club Annual Exhibition 2022 which showcases the very best in figurative, observational and painterly work in the UK. Mall Galleries spoke to Charlotte Sorapure, a member of the NEAC, who has two wonderful paintings on display in this year’s show. Keep reading to learn about her inspirations, artistic processes and the...
Posted by HannahMartin on Wed, 2022-06-22 11:57
Quarantined at home for 10 days after visiting her mum in her hometown of Lisbon, Portugal, Jessica used some of this time to browse the New English Art Club Annual Exhibition online.
Posted by Liberty Rowley on Tue, 2021-06-29 15:35
The first time I got involved properly in hanging the Annual Exhibition I was Tom Coates’ gopher. He was the big cheese: we used to race each other to get to the gallery first and I always won, because I lived in Hackney at the time and the bus got me there before Tom’s T Cruiser was parked in Carlton House Terrace.
Posted by Charles Williams NEAC on Wed, 2021-06-23 15:52
The New English Art Club and Mall Galleries are delighted to announce the Prizes & Awards from the New English Art Club Annual Exhibition 2021. Congratulations to all artists who have been awarded prizes by our generous prize givers. The exhibition is open at Mall Galleries until Saturday 3 July. Book Tickets If you cannot make the exhibition we hope...
Posted by Liam Kilby on Wed, 2021-06-23 10:51
An empty chair in a piece of figurative artwork is often representative of the person who would sit in it, so they are, in a sense, a form of portraiture.
Posted by Liberty Rowley on Wed, 2021-06-09 14:52