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Royal Society of Portrait Painters Annual Exhibition 2019

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The copyright and all other intellectual property rights in and to Works, will remain the property of the artist and any enquiries in relation to such rights will be referred to the artist. So far as any rights in the Works are owned by a third party that third party will remain the owner of such rights in and to the Works.

Image Usage Rights

The Exhibition Administrators have the right to copy and/or reproduce the Works and to communicate and/or issue such copies to the public in connection with the exhibition, for advertising the sale of the Works, for educational and public workshops, and for general marketing or promotional purposes, and other related activities, including without limitation the incorporation of images of the Works within promotional and marketing materials, postcards, catalogues, posters, DVDs, on Exhibition Administrators' websites, in workshop presentations and on information screens throughout the exhibiting gallery and any media now known or hereafter devised.

Artists are invited to submit works for exhibition alongside members of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters (RP) at their Annual Exhibition 2019. Seeking new and traditional artistic models and perspectives in portraiture.

  • Any artist over 18 may submit.
  • Acceptable media: Any medium including original prints but excluding sculpture and photography.

There are many prizes and awards available to win, including:

The RP Award: The Royal Society of Portrait Painters is delighted to offer a £2,000 prize for portraiture, The RP Award. All works shown in the Annual Exhibition will be eligible. The award will be made to the artist whose work best represents the year's chosen theme - which for 2019 is ‘Skin’. The judges will be looking for the most interesting and engaging interpretation of the idea of ‘Skin’ within the parameters of portraiture. The Society looks forward to receiving new and surprising explorations on the theme. 

The Ondaatje Prize for Portraiture: £10,000 plus the Society’s Gold Medal awarded for the most distinguished portrait in the Society’s annual exhibition

The de Laszlo Foundation Award: £3,000 plus a Silver Medal for the most outstanding portrait by an artist aged 35 years or under

The Prince of Wales's Award for Portrait Drawing: £2,000 and framed certificate for a portrait in any recognised drawing medium

The Burke’s Peerage Foundation Award: £2,000 and framed certificate for the best classically inspired portrait in the exhibition

The Contemporary Arts Trust Award: £1,000 to the most deserving artist in the exhibition

The Smallwood Architects Prize: £1,000 for a portrait in which architectural or interior features play an important part

 

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