The De Laszlo Foundation Award

The de Laszlo Foundation award, sponsored by the de Laszlo Foundation, aims to encourage young artists. It is worth £3,000 and is awarded, together with a silver medal, to an artist under thirty-five years old judged to have submitted the best portrait. Marco Bizzari ‘Silente 1’   View winning portraits from previous years below. PREVIOUS…

Burke’s Peerage Foundation Award

The Burke’s Peerage Foundation Award: The Burke’s Peerage Foundation Award, established by its co-founders Mark Ayre and William Bortrick in 2015, is presented for Classically Inspired Portraiture in the RP Annual Exhibition. It is presented each year with a certificate and a prize of £2,000. The 2020 Winner is Rupert Alexander for ‘Jack’ PREVIOUS WINNERS 2020…

Carroll Foundation Award (until 2003)

2003 Winner: Francisco Centofanti ‘Sir Wilfred Thesiger’ £3,000 awarded for the most outstanding portrait fine art work. PREVIOUS WINNERS 2003 – Francisco Centofanti 2002 – Ben Sullivan 2001 – James Schneider 2000 – T M J Leveritt 1999 – James Lloyd 1998 – Andrew James 1997 – Francis Terry 1996 – Frances Turner 1995 -…