Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize 2019

Website: http://www.lynnpainterstainersprize.org.uk/

Now open for entries, the Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize welcomes outstanding creative examples of representational painting from both amateur and professional artists in the UK over the age of 18. Created in 2005 by The Worshipful Company of Painter-Stainers and The Lynn Foundation, the open competition continues to champion the skill of draughtsmanship and figurative painting. Now in its fourteenth year, the Prize is one of the most prestigious awards for artists in the country. The Prizes now total £35,000, a £5000 increase from preceding iterations of the exhibition. The total fund includes a First Prize of £20,000; Second Prize of £4,000; the Young Artist Award of £4,000; and the Daphne Todd Prize of £2,000. The competition also offers the Brian Botting Prize of £5,000 which will be awarded to an artist aged 30 or under for an outstanding representation of the human figure. Entry is £15 per work (£8 per work for students) Works will be selected for an exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London.

Expires: December 3, 2018


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