Royal Society of British Artists at the Mall Galleries, London

The exhibition highlights the best of contemporary painting, printmaking, drawing and sculpture from the representational school. Artists include members and open submission artists, there is also a section dedicated to A-Level students. Showing some of his prints is SGFA Associate Member, Austin Cole RBA, ASGFA. Austin will be demonstrating Drypoint print techniques on 17th March, 12-2pm.

"Beijing Hutong 3", Austin Cole, 16.5x6".

“Beijing Hutong 3″, Austin Cole, 16.5×6”.

The RBA exhibition is opening on Wednesday 11 March and runs until Saturday the 21st of March at:

Mall Galleries
The Mall
London SW1 

The private view is on Tuesday the 10th of March from 11am to 8pm, the exhibition will be opened at 6 by  The Right Hon Keith Vaz MP.

Download a Private View Invitation 

"Beijing Hutong 5", Austin Cole, 19.5x7".

“Beijing Hutong 5″, Austin Cole, 19.5×7”.

Six of Austin’s Beijing Hutong prints will be on display during the exhibition.

Valerie Warren RBA, FSIA, BAS, SWA, Hon SGFA will also be exhibiting her bright, architectural prints. Valerie won the 2007 prize for “Best Monochrome Work” at the SGFA Annual Exhibition, Menier Gallery.

Other RBA and SGFA associated artists include Adrian Hill, who was an official War Artist on the Western Front from 1917 – 1919 later presenting BBC’s “Sketch Club”.



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One Response to Royal Society of British Artists at the Mall Galleries, London

  1. Will Taylor says:

    Will Taylor SGFA is also delighted to be exhibiting recent prints and watercolour from the India series at the RBA exhibition. I recommend a visit for Austin’s Beijing prints alone.

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