Dione Page R.W.A (0000)
Dione enjoys weaving together still life with landscape and seascape painting with gouache and mixed media. Her main influences are Mary Fedden and Edward Bawden
Shanti Panchal RWS RBA (1951)
Shanti Panchal is a leading London-based Indian artist with an international reputation. Painting with watercolour building layer upon layer, he employs an earthen palette depicting his early years spent in a village in Gujarat, Western India.
Sir Eduardo Paolozzi KBE RA (1924 - 2005)
One of the earliest British Pop Artists and artist. He major figure in the international art sphere who collected fragments and created his own interpretation and vision of the modern world.
Victor Pasmore (1908 - 1998)
Perhaps the most influential abstract artist in Britain and leading abstract painters & printmaker of our time
Caulfield Patrick CBE RA ARCA (1936 - 2005)
Royal Academician who was part of the British Pop movement.
Syvia is best known for her colourful paintings of landsscapes and still lives always abundant of colour and movement
Barbara Peirson (tbc)
Barbara is an Essex based artist who mainly paints in acrylics. She is interested in figures landscapes and estuary Life in addition to Still life. She is a member of the esteemed Contemporary British Painting group.
Grayson Perry CBE RA (1960)
Grayson Perry CBE RA is an English contemporary artist. He is known for his ceramic vases, tapestries and cross-dressing, as well as his observations of the contemporary arts scene, and for dissecting British "prejudices, fashions and foibles"
John Piper RCA (1903 - 1992)
Considered an important British Artist of 20th Century. Famous for his atmospheric images of ruined churches, castles and Stately Homes around the UK.
Patrick Procktor RA (1936 - 2002)
Patrick Procktor RA was a prominent English artist of the late 20th century who had an exquisite sense of colour and design.
Sally Pudney (tbc)
Her work is mainly of East Anglian coastal scenes, especially Mersea Island which she has known well since childhood, seeking to capture the particular character of spaciousness and subtle colour in the sea, the dramatic skies, the small boats and the mud! Other coastal paintings focus on North Norfolk and the Suffolk coast.