Lot 345 - Lewis Hazelwood-Horner - Old Cross Tavern
Acrylic on paper
Signed on Verso
This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust.
London-based painter Lewis Hazelwood-Horner studied at Byam Shaw School of Art and obtained further training from London Atelier of Representational Art. Lewis was honoured to be awarded the prestigious Columbia Threadneedle Prize 2016 and the Visitors Choice Award with the painting Salt in Tea. This painting was then exhibited at the Palazzo di Strozzi in Florence, Italy alongside Picasso and Kandinsky amongst others. As part of the prize, he presented a solo exhibition centred around Beer and Guns at the Mall Galleries. Most recently Lewis joined the committee of the Royal Society of British Artists as one of the youngest members to be awarded membership to date.
2012 London Atelier of Representational Art
2010 Byam Shaw school of Art
2023 One For The Road - Scarsdale Tavern - May
2023 Chiaroscuro - Holt Gallery - Norfolk - 8th April to 16th May
2023 RBA Bicentennial Exhibition - Mall Galleries - London - 1-11th March
2022 ‘Influences’ - London, Thompsons Gallery
2022 Wine Not? - London, 279 Fulham Rd. SW10 9PZ
2022 Richmond ‘Artist of the Year’ - London Wetland Centre
2022 RBA Annual Exhibition - Mall Galleries - London
2021 Minerva RBA - Kyoto City KYOCERA Museum of Art - Japan
2021 RBA Annual Exhibition - Mall Galleries - London
2020 Best of British - The Gallery - Holt
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