Sunday Times Watercolour Competition 2019

Website: https://sundaytimeswatercolour.artopps.co.uk/

Applications are now open for The Sunday Times Watercolour Competition 2019. The competition is open to all artists resident in the UK, creating paintings using any water based medium. The competition offers a generous range of prizes including London Wall Partners First Prize of £8000, Second Prize of £3000, Third Prize of £1000 and the Pegasus Young Artist Prize of £500, awarded to an artist aged under 30 on 17 June 2019. A maximum of one hundred works will be selected by a panel of leading figures from the art world and the shortlisted works will be exhibited at the Mall Galleries, London. Artists are invited to submit up to four works in any water-based medium, there is an entry fee of £15 per work.

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Expires: June 17, 2019


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