Saturday, 23 October 2010

Places to Paint - Marine Scenes

While visiting the Royal Society of Marine Artists - 65th Annual Exhibition 2010 (click link for my exhibition review) last week I made a note of all the places in the UK and overseas where people were painting marine scenes.  This was mainly because some of the names kept cropping up again and again.

So, as a further development of my "places to paint" theme, here's the list of the marine places I saw paintings of in the exhibition - split between the UK and 'overseas'.  That's everything which includes tidal water.

Two oil paintings of Cornish harbours 
Mevagissey and Mousehole

Also included are images of some of the very impressive figurative paintings of places in the UK which could be seen in the RSMA Exhibition this year.  The exhibition has now closed but will return to the Mall Galleries next year. 

UK Marine Painting Locations
Shadows and Reflections, River Wyre
Watercolour by Keith Noble RSMA
High Water, Polperro Harbour
Oil Painting by David Curtis RSMA ROI

Overseas Marine Painting Locations
I've also commented in a previous post about a book British Painters of the Coast and Sea: A History and Gazetteer which I now own and which I need to get round to reviewing!

For details of how to submit work to next year's exhibition of the Royal Society of Marine Artists:
Links:
  • Marine Art - Resources for Artists  This lens provides information and advice from various websites for artists wanting to understand and draw and paint marine subjects, seascapes and waterscapes. 
  • The Best Books about Landscape Art  Do you want to learn about landscape art? Do you want to find out which which are the best books about painting landscapes? Do you want to know more about famous landscape artists?

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