The New English Art Club Annual Exhibition is a fixture of the London summer season. Alongside the work of member artists, the show includes painting, drawing & prints from an open submission.
The New English Art Club is an elected society of contemporary painters whose ethos resides in art informed by the visual world and personal interpretation.
Its Annual Exhibition, held at Mall Galleries, is now firmly established as a fixture of the London Summer Season. Alongside the work of member artists, the show includes painting, drawing and original prints selected from an open submission.
The exhibition's programme of events includes talks, tours, lectures, classes & workshops.
Historically, the New English Art Club was founded by a group of artists dissatisfied with the entrenched attitudes of the Royal Academy. They mounted their first show in 1886 including paintings by Clausen, Sickert and Stanhope Forbes. The club increasingly attracted younger artists, bringing with them the influence of Impressionism and Post-Impressionism. Many diverse styles of art have developed since its founding, adding richness and variety.
Today, the annual exhibition is a showcase not just for its members but offers aspiring artists an opportunity to be seen alongside some of the best artists painting today.
End Date: June 22, 2019.
Category: Arts | Visual Arts | Galleries / Art.
Price: Regular Admission (Free to Friends of Mall Galleries, NEAC Friends and under 18s) - GBP 4.00.
Friday 14th of June, 2019
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Tube: St. James's Park Station (9 min walk)
Train: Piccadilly Circus Station (10 min walk)