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Martin Yeoman

(1953-)

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Sir James Whyte Black, by Martin Yeoman - NPG 6317

Sir James Whyte Black

by Martin Yeoman
oil on canvas, 1994
NPG 6317

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14 November 2016, 12:28

Optional Information from Debretts which may help with the content of this page. Martin YEOMAN artist; occasional painting companion to HRH The Prince of Wales; RP; Solo Exhibitions Highgate Gallery 1986, Two Tours of the Middle East (Agnews) 1987, New Grafton Gallery 1990, The Queen's Grandchildren (National Portrait Gallery) 1993, Selected Works (Mompesson House National Trust) 1994, Christopher Wood Contemporary Art 1995, Yeoman's Yemen (British Council exhbn National Art Gallery Sana'a and John Martin of London) 1997, Paintings in the Holy Land (Alan Kluckow Fine Art) 2000, Hindustan to Malabar (Offer Waterman and Co) 2002, India (Indar Pasricha Fine Art) 2004; Group Exhibitions Royal Acad Summer Exhbn 1976-77, 1979-90 and 1992-96, Imperial Tobacco Portrait Award (National Portrait Gallery) 1981 and 1985, Six Young Artists (Agnews) 1985, Four Painters (New Grafton Gallery) 1987, The Long Perspective (National Trust Exhbn, Agnews) 1987, A Personal Choice (Fermoy Gallery) 1988, Salute to Turner (National Trust Exhbn, Agnews) 1989, The Order of Merit (National Portrait Gallery) 1992, The Last of the Tide (Queen's Gallery Buckingham Palace) 2015, BP Portrait Award (Nat Portrait Gallery) 2016; Work in Collections HM The Queen, HRH The Prince of Wales, Sir Brinsley Ford, Diocese of Birmingham, Baring Brothers, Grimsby Sch of Art, National Portrait Gallery, British Council, British Museum, Ruth Borchard Collection 2015; Awards David Murray Landscape scholar 1978, Richard Ford scholar 1979, Elizabeth Greenshield scholar 1980, Hamerson Purchase Prize 1984, Menana Joy Schwabe Prize 1996, Philip Soloman Drawing Prize 1998, The Ondaatje Prize for Portraiture 2002, Bill Turner Prize 2004, Woodhay Picture Gallery Prize for Drawing 2016, Doreen McIntosh Prize 2016

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