Brian Botting Prize for Figurative Drawing
This Prize was established in 2015 with a bequest following the death of Past Master Brian Botting.
Under the terms of the bequest, a prize of £5,000 is awarded annually to a young artist who is 30 years of age or under.
The winner of the first Brian Botting Prize for Figurative Drawing is Ema Pina for her painting of Bóbó .
Gordon Luton Award for Fine Art
This Prize of £2,000 is awarded to a Graduate or Postgraduate student in the fine art of painting to assist the winner to become commercially viable. The Company’s adjudicators select the winner from candidates exhibiting at the final year shows of the Royal College of Art, The Slade School of Fine Art and The Royal Academy Schools, on merit of work exhibited.
The 2014 winner was Marlene Steyne from the Royal College of Art.
There are also two Runners-up Prizes of £500 which were awarded to:
Alex Clarke, Royal Academy Schools
Chao Lu, Royal College of Art
This Prize of £1,000 is awarded to a final year student, selected by the Company’s Adjudicator, at the annual Royal College of Art Degree Show.
The 2014 winner was Helen McGhie
New English Art Club Prize
This Prize of £200 is awarded to an exhibitor at the Annual Exhibition of the New English Art Club, normally selected by the Master Painter.
The winner of the 2015 Painter-Stainers' Prize was Michael Whittlesea for his self portrait titled Self 2015 www.michael-whittlesea.co.uk/
Armed Forces Art Society Prize
This Prize of £100 is to be awarded at the Society's Annual Exhibition held at the Mall Galleries, London SW1. It is available only to serving members of HM Forces or their partners. The winner is selected by the President of the Society or the Company’s representative (normally the Master Painter)
The Painter-Stainers’ Prize was awarded to Caroline De Peyrecave for her evocative portrait of her husband Major James Lyon, a medical doctor in the army. This picture is being used to help to raise awareness of and financial support for various charities that support wounded veterans and can be seen at www.warpaintexhibition.com. Other works of hers can be seen at her website - www.carolinedepeyrecave.co.uk/gallery/ .