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Roy Connelly

Roy Connelly is an experienced all-weather landscape painter, who works outside throughout the year. He paints exclusively in oils, by direct observation of his subject, and is just at home painting in a quiet field as he is on the streets of London or Venice.

His work has been shown at the Royal Academy of Arts in London and he has been a regular exhibitor at the prestigious New English Art Club and Royal Society of British Artists and other national societies including the Royal Institute of Oil Painters and the Royal Society of Marine Artists.

He is a founder member of the Plein Air Brotherhood and has written a number of articles on outdoor painting for The Artist magazine.

His work can be found in private collections around the world.




Courses by this Tutor
  • 28 April 2018
    10 - 5
    £100 including home-made lunch, biscuits & cakes etc.

    The focus of this course is to get painters to work from direct observation out in the open countryside around the mill, much like John constable in his early days (one of his paintings shows Polstead church, only a few miles away).