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Portfolio for Anne Wright - Commissionaportrait

Anne Wright decided to take up painting as career at a very early age and went on to complete her training at The Royal Academy School of Art. Now a member of the Chelsea Arts Club, the artist has completed numerous notable commissions in London and her home town.
Introduction   Born in Nottingham.  
Trained at Nottingham Collage of Art followed by four year at the Royal Academy Schools, London. During that time she passed National Diploma in Design, twice won the David Murray Landscape Scholarship and Bronze & Silver Medals for Life Painting and Portrait Painting.  
Exhibits regularly in Group Shows such as the Royal Academy Summer Show & the Royal Society of Portrait Painters. Showed in the Paris Salon 1967 & 1961 where she won the Medaille D’Argent. A member of the Chelsea Art Society & the Small Paintings Group of which she is President both of which have annual Exhibitions in which she shows.  
She also shows with the New English Art Club & the Royal Society of British Artists. She has twice won the Agnes Reeve Memorial Award for a painting of London and in 1980 was made Straker Artist of the Year.  
Various murals including two large commissions painted for the Head Office of McAlpines Construction and for the General Dental Council building in London.  
Her work is held in several private collections in Great Britain, Europe, America, Australia and in the Candie Museum, Guernsey.  
Patron, Industry Supports the Arts published by Connoisseur Ltd 1966  
Painters Progress published by Allen Lane/ Penguin 1983  
The Complete Painters Course Tom Robb published by J.G. Press 1996  
The Art of Painting & Drawing published by Eaglemoss 1993  
She sells work through the following Galleries:  
The Llewellyn Alexander Gallery, London  
The Brandler Galleries, Essex  
The Piers Feetham Gallery, London
Education   Nottingham College of Art  
Royal Academy Schools
Awards   David Murray Landscape Scholarship  
Bronze Medal for Life Painting, Royal Academy Schools, London  
Silver Medal for Portrait Painting, Royal Academy Schools, London  
Agnes Reeve memorial Award – A painting of London  
Medaille d’Argent – Paris Salon  
Straker Artist of the Year
Selected Commissions   The Bishop of Nottingham  
The Bishop of Southwell  
Catherine Shakespeare-Lane - Photographer  
The Jacobsen Family  
Maxwell Wright - Solicitor  
The Beattie Sisters
Group Exhibitions   The Royal Academy, Summer Show  
The Royal Society of Portrait Painters  
Small Paintings Group Annual Exhibition  
The Paris Salon
Solo Exhibitions   The Pugh & Carr Gallery, London 1963  
The Chappel Gallery, Newbury, Berkshire 1965  
The Cranley Arms Gallery, London 1975  
The Hellenic Exhibition Centre, London 1985  
The Coach House Gallery, Guernsay 1986  
The Coach House Gallery, Guernsay 1991  
Leighton House Museum, London 1992  
The Coach House Gallery, Guernsay 1997  
The Bartley Dray Gallery, London 1997  
The Chelsea Arts Club 2000  
The Gallery, Sausmarez Manor, Guernsay 2002  
The Piers Feetham Gallery, London 2003  
Chez Manny, London 2003  
The Chelsea Arts Club 2005  
54 The Gallery, Shepherd Market 2007  
The Piers Feetham Gallery 2010
Artist's Statement   “I am a figurative painter. My training has been wholly academic and I have strayed very little from that path, my heroes being Van Dyke, Rubens, Rembrandt, Gainsborough etc. Basically, I paint what I see in front of me. That composition of the sitter in his or her environment is very important and needs much thought and discussion. I aim to fulfil a portrait commission to the total satisfaction of the client and also myself.”

Statement      "A medium size portrait (20 x 25in) head to hands, would probably need up to eight sittings of one to one and a half hours. I am happy to go to he sitters home at their convenience. Equally I can paint the subject in my studio. I can also work very successfully from good photographs. Prior to starting I like to meet the sitter and have a full discussion as to clothes, position, props etc. I am also happy to advise and arrange framing of finished works."


Travel nationally    Yes
Travel internationally    Yes
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Portrait Format:
  Drawings   From £ 600    $900
  Head and Shoulders   From £ 2000    $3000
Half LengthFrom £ 3500 $5000
3/4 LengthFrom £ 5000 $7500
Full LengthFrom £ 6000 $9000
Double PortraitFrom £ 6000 $9000
Group PortraitFrom £ 7500 $10000
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