Anne Wearing an Orange Hat – Portrait by Noël Haring

Anne Wearing an Orange Hat – Portrait by Noël Haring

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Noël Haring Des. RCA (1931-2008)

Artist: Noël Haring Des. RCA (1931-2008)

Anne Wearing an Orange Hat Portrait by Noël Haring

Portrait: Anne Wearing Orange Hat

Art Medium: Watercolour
Price Guide: Noël Haring paintings
sell from £2,500
Limited Edition Fine Art Prints: from £200 (mounted, unframed)

Contact The Artist

Noël Haring Des. RCA (1931-2008)

Paintings in Watercolour and Limited Edition Fine Art Prints

Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Email: info@noelharing.co.uk

Website: noelharing.co.uk

About The Artist

Sadly, Noël Haring passed away in August 2008. As a memory of his talent, his excellent work (both original paintings and Limited Edition Fine Art Prints), continue to be available for sale. Please contact us via email.

Having graduated in Design from The Royal College of Art in 1957, Noël Haring started his own industrial and graphic design business. He saw a turning point in his artistic career when a friend introduced him to working in watercolour.

Noël Haring exhibited at The Royal Watercolour Society Summer Exhibition from 1992 and all major exhibitions at the Mall Galleries (Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour, Royal Society of Portrait Artists, Royal Society of Marine Artists) including the most prestigious one: The Singer and Friedlander /Sunday Times Watercolour Competition.

In 1997, HRH The Prince of Wales selected all the paintings Noël submitted for The Discerning Eye Exhibition.
In 2000 Noël Haring was a prize winner at the Singer and Friedlander/ Sunday Times competition, with his picture “Classic Car in Havana”.

"His meticulously observed watercolour of a dilapidated colonial-style building bathed in brilliant sunlight, with a well-preserved old banger parked on a road outside, is a considerable achievement, not least because it gives not a hint of how complicated it was to get it to look natural”.

Dr Frank Whitford, Art Editor of The Sunday Times

In November 2005, a new Prize Exhibition organised by the Lynn Foundation together with the Painter-Stainers Company gave Noël an opportunity to once again show his talent. His picture “Morning in Brighton” was one of the 12 selected watercolours among the 53 works of mix media accepted out of more than 700 pictures submitted.

Surrey Artist Noël Haring – Portrait of Bryan Forbes CBE

Surrey Artist Noël Haring – Portrait of Bryan Forbes CBE

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Noël Haring Des. RCA (1931-2008)

Artist: Noël Haring Des. RCA (1931-2008)

Artist Noël Haring Portrait of Bryan Forbes CBE

Portrait: Bryan Forbes CBE

Art Medium: Watercolour
Price Guide: Noël Haring paintings
sell from £2,500
Limited Edition Fine Art Prints: from £200 (mounted, unframed)

Contact The Artist

Noël Haring Des. RCA (1931-2008)

Paintings in Watercolour and Limited Edition Fine Art Prints

Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Email: info@noelharing.co.uk

Website: noelharing.co.uk

About The Artist

Sadly, Noël Haring passed away in August 2008. As a memory of his talent, his excellent work (both original paintings and Limited Edition Fine Art Prints), continue to be available for sale. Please contact us via email.

Having graduated in Design from The Royal College of Art in 1957, Noël Haring started his own industrial and graphic design business. He saw a turning point in his artistic career when a friend introduced him to working in watercolour.

Noël Haring exhibited at The Royal Watercolour Society Summer Exhibition from 1992 and all major exhibitions at the Mall Galleries (Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour, Royal Society of Portrait Artists, Royal Society of Marine Artists) including the most prestigious one: The Singer and Friedlander /Sunday Times Watercolour Competition.

In 1997, HRH The Prince of Wales selected all the paintings Noël submitted for The Discerning Eye Exhibition.
In 2000 Noël Haring was a prize winner at the Singer and Friedlander/ Sunday Times competition, with his picture “Classic Car in Havana”.

"His meticulously observed watercolour of a dilapidated colonial-style building bathed in brilliant sunlight, with a well-preserved old banger parked on a road outside, is a considerable achievement, not least because it gives not a hint of how complicated it was to get it to look natural”.

Dr Frank Whitford, Art Editor of The Sunday Times

In November 2005, a new Prize Exhibition organised by the Lynn Foundation together with the Painter-Stainers Company gave Noël an opportunity to once again show his talent. His picture “Morning in Brighton” was one of the 12 selected watercolours among the 53 works of mix media accepted out of more than 700 pictures submitted.

Noël Haring – Portrait of Canon Philip Gardner, Man of the Cloth

Noël Haring – Portrait of Canon Philip Gardner, Man of the Cloth

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Noël Haring Des. RCA (1931-2008)

Artist: Noël Haring Des. RCA (1931-2008)

Portrait of Canon Philip Gardner, Man of the Cloth

Portrait: Canon Philip Gardner

Image Size: 19cm x 36cm
(add 12 to 15 cm all round for mounts)
Art Medium: Watercolour
Price Guide: Noël Haring paintings
sell from £2,500
Limited Edition Fine Art Prints: from £200 (mounted, unframed)

Contact The Artist

Noël Haring Des. RCA (1931-2008)

Paintings in Watercolour and Limited Edition Fine Art Prints

Please mention the Surrey Artists website

Email: info@noelharing.co.uk

Website: noelharing.co.uk

About The Artist

Sadly, Noël Haring passed away in August 2008. As a memory of his talent, his excellent work (both original paintings and Limited Edition Fine Art Prints), continue to be available for sale. Please contact us via email.

Having graduated in Design from The Royal College of Art in 1957, Noël Haring started his own industrial and graphic design business. He saw a turning point in his artistic career when a friend introduced him to working in watercolour.

Noël Haring exhibited at The Royal Watercolour Society Summer Exhibition from 1992 and all major exhibitions at the Mall Galleries (Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour, Royal Society of Portrait Artists, Royal Society of Marine Artists) including the most prestigious one: The Singer and Friedlander /Sunday Times Watercolour Competition.

In 1997, HRH The Prince of Wales selected all the paintings Noël submitted for The Discerning Eye Exhibition.
In 2000 Noël Haring was a prize winner at the Singer and Friedlander/ Sunday Times competition, with his picture “Classic Car in Havana”.

"His meticulously observed watercolour of a dilapidated colonial-style building bathed in brilliant sunlight, with a well-preserved old banger parked on a road outside, is a considerable achievement, not least because it gives not a hint of how complicated it was to get it to look natural”.

Dr Frank Whitford, Art Editor of The Sunday Times

In November 2005, a new Prize Exhibition organised by the Lynn Foundation together with the Painter-Stainers Company gave Noël an opportunity to once again show his talent. His picture “Morning in Brighton” was one of the 12 selected watercolours among the 53 works of mix media accepted out of more than 700 pictures submitted.

Portrait of Helen, Sunlit – Iain White – Surrey Artist – Portraits and other Paintings in Acrylic, Pastel and Conte

Portrait of Helen, Sunlit – Iain White – Surrey Artist – Portraits and other Paintings in Acrylic, Pastel and Conte

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Iain White

Artist: Iain White

Portrait of Helen, Sunlit - Iain White - Surrey Artist - Portraits and other Paintings in Acrylic, Pastel and Conte

Portrait of Helen, Sunlit

Image Size: 30cm x 40cm
Art Medium: Conte on Paper

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Iain White

Portraits and other Paintings
in Acrylic, Pastel and Conte

Phone: 01372 373 260
Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: iwhite731@btinternet.com
Website: lindastenner5.wixsite.com

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

“I have concentrated on the portrait, as for me, the face is an endlessly interesting subject to paint, and one to which we can all relate.

I work from photographs, as they provide an accurate foundation upon which the painting can develop, whilst still keeping the subtlety of a moment’s expression. Most of my portraits are Acrylic on Canvas or Board but I also use Pastel and Conte on Tinted Paper.

For a further selection of my work and details on prices and ordering, please visit my website.”

Happy Mum with Commission of Milo

‘Thanks for the portrait of our lovely boy Milo! It’s one thing to capture the facial elements of a person accurately, it’s another to portray something of the metaphysical/spirit of the subject. You do both… in spades. Thank you so much for investing so much care and intelligence into every stroke. We love it!’

Artist Biography

“Drawing and painting have been important to me since childhood. My best presents were cartridge pads, tins of crayons and paintboxes. The simple pleasure of making ‘pictures’ was so much more fun than maths homework or Evensong choir practice with all those psalms; but then, what isn’t?

At school I had a wonderful art teacher, Pat Adams, who encouraged me to explore different media and study painters past and present. So a new world opened up and with it, dreams of being an artist. I took a Foundation Course in Art and Design in Epsom and then started a Fine Art Degree in Bristol. I continued to paint during my spare time from work and gradually concentrated on portraiture.

The human face and form crosses all boundaries and is therefore the most familiar and accessible of subjects. I had painted family and friends from life over the years, but once I started working from photos, my confidence grew. To start with this made me uneasy, until I found that painters – Sickert, for example, had used photos as a starting point. From those early efforts I began to get commissions from family, friends and then by word of mouth. I look to the portraits by artists such as Degas, Sargent and Freud to help me with ideas about brushwork, composition and colour.”

Portrait of William – Iain White – Surrey Artist – Portraits and other Paintings in Acrylic, Pastel and Conte

Portrait of William – Iain White – Surrey Artist – Portraits and other Paintings in Acrylic, Pastel and Conte

Art, Painting Commissions and Prints from Surrey Artists

Artist: Iain White

Portrait of William - Surrey Artist - Iain White - Portraits and other Paintings in Acrylic, Pastel and Conte

Portrait of William

Image Size: 25cm x 30cm
Art Medium: Acrylic on Canvas

Commissions Invited

Contact The Artist

Iain White

Portraits and other Paintings
in Acrylic, Pastel and Conte

Phone: 01372 373 260
Please mention the Surrey Artists website
Email: iwhite731@btinternet.com
Website: lindastenner5.wixsite.com

Gallery Of Art

About The Artist

“I have concentrated on the portrait, as for me, the face is an endlessly interesting subject to paint, and one to which we can all relate.

I work from photographs, as they provide an accurate foundation upon which the painting can develop, whilst still keeping the subtlety of a moment’s expression. Most of my portraits are Acrylic on Canvas or Board but I also use Pastel and Conte on Tinted Paper.

For a further selection of my work and details on prices and ordering, please visit my website.”

Happy Mum with Commission of Milo

‘Thanks for the portrait of our lovely boy Milo! It’s one thing to capture the facial elements of a person accurately, it’s another to portray something of the metaphysical/spirit of the subject. You do both… in spades. Thank you so much for investing so much care and intelligence into every stroke. We love it!’

Artist Biography

“Drawing and painting have been important to me since childhood. My best presents were cartridge pads, tins of crayons and paintboxes. The simple pleasure of making ‘pictures’ was so much more fun than maths homework or Evensong choir practice with all those psalms; but then, what isn’t?

At school I had a wonderful art teacher, Pat Adams, who encouraged me to explore different media and study painters past and present. So a new world opened up and with it, dreams of being an artist. I took a Foundation Course in Art and Design in Epsom and then started a Fine Art Degree in Bristol. I continued to paint during my spare time from work and gradually concentrated on portraiture.

The human face and form crosses all boundaries and is therefore the most familiar and accessible of subjects. I had painted family and friends from life over the years, but once I started working from photos, my confidence grew. To start with this made me uneasy, until I found that painters – Sickert, for example, had used photos as a starting point. From those early efforts I began to get commissions from family, friends and then by word of mouth. I look to the portraits by artists such as Degas, Sargent and Freud to help me with ideas about brushwork, composition and colour.”