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Studio Work

 

Images copyrightN.P.James 2018 All rights reserved

 

 

 

Onion

Watercolour and gouache on Ingres Card

From Place Settings Trompe lOeil studies 1978-91

 

THE SECRET LIFE OF OBJECTS

 

Workshops at Mall Galleries Learning Centre

June to September 2018

 

 

 

 

 

 

Marika Oval

Oil on canvas 16x12in

Workshop schedule and booking

 

27th June Figure Painting

www.mallgalleries.org.uk/whats-on/events/figure-painting-with-model

 

19th July Still Life Study Day

www.mallgalleries.org.uk/whats-on/events/secret-life-objects

 

24th September Painting a Portrait

www.mallgalleries.org.uk/whats-on/events/painting-portrait

 

25th September Completing the Portrait

www.mallgalleries.org.uk/whats-on/events/completing-portrait-

 

 

 

PORTRAITS

CITYSCAPES THE SQUARE MILE

OXFORD VIEWS PARIS WINDOWS

FIGURE STUDIES

PLACE SETTINGS

SUSSEX DARTMOOR FOLIO 60s

PAINTED VISTAS

Born November1948 Bromley Kent Nicholas Philip James studied painting with Frank Auerbach and Keith Vaughan at the Slade School, UCL (BA), printmaking with Stanley Jones at the Curwen Press and History of Art (MA) at Kingston University.

 

His primary attraction to landscape developed in works made in the 1960s on site in Sussex, Devon, Cornwall and the Lake District progressing to city views of London and Paris.

 

Corporate assignments included repeat commissions for US chain Gilbert/Robinson inc, Inchcape plc, Arther Guinness and Co.

 

He regularly exhibits at The Royal Institute of Oil Painters (Winsor & Newton Prize 2003, elected a full member 2006). He has shown at Wold Galleries, Gloucestershire, Courcoux and Courcoux, Stockbridge, Wiltshire, the Turner Gallery, Exeter, and Whittington Fine Art Henley in April 2008 with his sister Liz Summers at Peter Pears Gallery Aldeburgh, Suffolk, and October 2014 in Depth of Colour at the Lime Tree Gallery Bristol.In June 2017 his work is featured at M1 Fine Art Greenwich.

 

His lithographs are included in the Tate Britain archive (Curwen Gift 1975) with publications on deposit with The British Library media and book collections. His work is held in numerous private collections here and abroad. Entries include Dartmoor Artists (Brian Le Messurier, Hallsgrove Press) and Whos Who In Art(Hilmarton Manor Press)

 

 

New website visit

 

www.philipjamesstudio.com