There are many imaginative ways you could support and work with us, and we are always open to suggestions, but here are some of the more obvious possibilities.
You may consider making a bequest to The Royal Society of Portrait Painters which specifically promotes figurative painting and receives no public funding. If you would like further information please contact:
The Royal Society of Portrait Painters
17 Carlton House Terrace
London SW1Y 5BD
Changing Faces and the RP
We currently work with Changing Faces, a UK-based charity giving support buy klonopin and information to people with disfigurements to the face, hands or body, and their families.
Girton College, Cambridge and the RP
People’s Portraits, our millennium collection is currently housed with Girton College, Cambridge. The collection offers an insight to the beauty of diversity within every day life. As the collection is accessible on a daily basis visitors are able to look for the greater stories within paintings that justify their creation. Each painter represented has an established and distinctive approach to their subjects, so each story is communicated in a multitude of visually original ways.
The RP is always looking for news ways of collaborating with people so if you think you might have an idea please contact us.
Advertise with the RP
The annual exhibition of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters is the most prestigious portrait event in the UK calendar. The style of the paintings is diverse and the subject themes attract both established portrait artists painting high-profile society figures and institutional commissions, together with exciting new portraitists exploring new styles and topics.
The national press and media consistently show an interest in this exhibition, which is always covered in the national papers and frequently on the BBC radio and News Channels.
The accompanying catalogue is a c.100 page high quality publication comprising articles, full-colour illustrations and exhibition information.
Approximately 5,500 visitors during the annual exhibition.
Total circulation 2,500, readership 5,000.
For more information, advice or a quote please contact Simon Davis VPRP