See below for artist information or to get more of a personal insight, read our interview with Charlotte Halliday.
There has to be something man-made in a subject for Charlotte to want to portray it - which is why she does not feel moved to paint in the countryside (although she craves it in other ways) unless there is a building in it. But townscapes give her a buzz: light falling on brickwork, stone or stucco and architectural detail, the more complicated the better. She relishes tackling really intricate mouldings, and cares passionately about getting them right.
Charlotte uses pen and ink, pencil and watercolour, and paints mainly architectural subjects. She works on several pieces at a time and drives straight in without preparatory work. It usually takes about four to five sessions on the spot when she paints commissions.
1989 Appointed Keeper of the New English Art Club
1953-57 Royal Academy Schools
RWS, Small Paintings Group
1978/79 Spirit of London Award
1973 De Laszlo Medal, Royal Society of British Artists
1962/63 Lord Mayor’s Art Award
1957 RA School Silver Medal for Drawing
2015 Touring Exhibition: Still Alive: The Contemporary Still Life
2005 St. Stephen’s Festival of Arts and Faith
2003 ‘London as it is: Contemporary Images in the Footsteps of Thomas Shottes Boys’, Sabin Gallery
2002 ‘Around the Park’, Sheridan Russell Gallery
1998 Sally Hunter Fine Art
'The New English' (represented in, 2006) by Kenneth McConkey, ISBN 1903973988
‘Edwardian Architecture: a Biographical Dictionary’, A. Stuart Gray (1985) ISBN 1853269085
‘Fanlights: A Visual Architectural History’, A. Stuart Gray (1990) ISBN 0713630779
The New English Art Club is part of the Federation of British Artists
The New English Art Club is a registered charity No. 295780
Patron HRH The Prince of Wales, KG, KT, GCB, OM
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