Batley artist Tony Noble has had two more pieces of work selected for major exhibitions in London.
His drawing, ‘Man in a striped shirt’, has been selected from more than 1,300 entries to appear in the annual Royal Society of Portrait Painters Exhibition.
Oil Portrait Painting
His drawing will hang at the Mall Galleries inMay alongside portraits of the Queen, the patron of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, celebrities and major public figures.
And his painting ‘The Twins: Portrait of my wife Jackie and her sister Christine’ has also been selected for the BP Portrait Award Exhibition which will be held at London’s National Portrait Gallery over summer.
Tony said he was delighted to hear of his selection.
He said: “Entering this competition represents a huge investment. The painting took almost three months to complete, so rejection would have been a real blow. Thankfully I’m in again!”
Tony’s studio is at Redbrick Mill.