Royal Society of British Artists Annual Exhibition has a number of works that have taken inspiration from The Garden at the Mall Galleries
All aspects of the garden are explored; from allotments, greenhouses and overgrown front gardens to gardens as a place of beauty, seclusion and romance.
While at the RA you can see paintings from 1860 to 1920 inspired by gardens, the Royal Society of British Artists have all been painting this year.
The exhibition has over 500 works in all media and covering all subjects and genres, so there is something to take everyone’s fancy.
Jeremy Galton RBA, Carole Griffin RBA, Alex Callaway and Nick Tidnam RBA NEAC have all painted still lifes of windfall apples. From brightly coloured impressionistic works, through loose sketches to realistic oils reminiscent of the Dutch Old Masters.
Exhibition runs 17 March to 2 April, 10am to 5pm (closes 1pm on final day)
Mall Galleries, The Mall, London SW1
*Image: Melissa Scott-Miller RP NEAC Front Garden with Self Painting