Calling all Watercolour Painters - Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours - Call for enties

Seeking the best in contemporary watercolour painting

Since its foundation in 1831, the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours (RI) has promoted the essentially English art of watercolour.

The RI was formed to exhibit the best of modern and traditional watercolours and to show non-members’ works alongside those of members, a policy still followed today.

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Acceptable media: Watercolour or  water soluble colour (excluding water soluble oils), any use of non-watercolour media must be handled as watercolour (e.g. no heavy impasto, no varnish, etc.).
Work must be painted on a paper based support (no hardboard, textiles, etc.) and mounted under glass.
We cannot receive pictures taller than 2.4m (8ft).

Conditions: Work must have been completed within the last two years. All works must be for sale. Maximum of six works submitted. Maximum of four works selected. Minimum price: £300

Submission Fee: £12 per artwork, £6 per artwork for artists aged 35 or under.

Deadline: Thursday 30 January, 12 noon.

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