Lot 221 - Christopher Farrell - Thames View
Graphite on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for War Child UK
Christopher Farrell graduated in 1993 with a first-class Honours degree in Visual Arts from De Montfort University, Leicester where he went on to study at the Royal Academy School of Art, London completing a Post-Graduate Degree in painting in 1997. Christopher won the Young Artist of the Year Hunting Prize and was invited to attend a reception by the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh at Buckingham Palace to recognize the achievements of young adults from throughout the United Kingdom who have excelled in their particular field. Christopher has over 20 years of experience in the field of Fine Art which includes a wide range of commissioned projects and exhibitions.
Royal Academy School of Art ( Grad. 1997 )
2022 '5 British Contemporary Artist' Stapleford Granary Arts Centre, curated by Alan Kluckow Gallery.
2020 'Urban Reckoning' Koppel Project Hive Gallery, London.
2018 'Vantage Point - A contemporary view of Oxford', Sarah Wiseman Gallery, Oxford.
2006 'Cityscapes', 39 Essex Street, London.
2003 'London Architecture', Richard Rodgers Partnerships, London.
2002 'Urban Myths', Beaux Arts, Bath.
2001 'Metropolis', Vertigo Gallery, London.
1997 'A Very British Art' at Simpson's, London.
1996 Work selected for the '228th Royal Academy Summer Exhibition', London.
1997 Turner Gold Medal for painting, Premiums Exhibition at the Royal Academy of Art, London.
1997 Won the 'Young Artist of the Year' prize from the Hunting Art Prize Exhibition.
1992/96 Won the Royal Academy's David Murray Studentship Award for Landscape Painting.
Alan Kluckow Gallery, Sunningdale.
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