Walter Sickert, 'Gatti’s Hungerford Palace of Varieties. Second Turn of Katie Lawrence' Photo: Yale University Art Gallery

Sickert and the Art of Music Hall by Alison Young

Alison Young will be giving this year’s NEAC Annual Lecture,‘Sickert and the Art of Music Hall’, sponsored by Panter & Hall. In this article, she gives us a little taste of the subject matter to whet your appetite for the lecture . . .

Events at our 2021 Annual Exhibition

There will be a series of exciting events at the show, including an exhibition tour. All free with gallery admission, just be sure to book your time slot to coincide with the event.
Michael Pullée, Hill of the Gypsies 2003

Remembering Michael Pullée NEAC (1936-2021)

Sadly, early in 2021, we learned of the death of New English artist Michael Pullée. He was elected a member of the New English Art Club in 1978, following in the footsteps of his father Ernest Edward Pullée and mother Margaret Pullée who were both NEAC members before him, clearly passing their talent and passion for painting on to the next generation.

A Royal Tour and Other Stories: the inspiration behind Neale Worley’s new solo exhibition

In 2018, Neale Worley NEAC RP had the honour of accompanying Their Royal Highnesses The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall on their Royal Tour to The Gambia, Ghana and Nigeria as official tour artist. The resulting paintings will be displayed in a solo exhibition ‘Paintings From a Tour and Other Works’ with Panter & Hall in London from 13–23 April 2021. We are delighted that Neale was able to share more about the show and the inspiration behind it . . .
painting of objects on a shelf

Remembering Roy Freer NEAC RI ROI (1938-2021)

We recently received the sad news that our friend and colleague Roy Freer passed away on 3 March 2021. Roy was much loved and respected by his fellow members, some of whom share their memories here . . .