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Sarah Elizabeth Beaumont


Sarah Elizabeth Beaumont is a female contemporary painter, specialising in distorted figurative paintings. Paints large-scale canvases in oil and acrylic, and regularly exhibits her work in group and solo exhibitions.  Figurative style is developed from an interest in distorted perspective and reflection.

Much of work is autobiographical, taking themes from own wide-ranging experiences.  Studies are developed through life-drawing, sketching, photography, and video. Original paintings are sold through dealer (and exhibitions) to private collectors, public sector and institutions. Also works to commission.



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'Trafalgar Square'

'Windsor Avenue'



'Romeo et Guilietta'



'Room with a View'

'Ghost of Carel Weight'


Contact Details


Born London, 10 09 66. Educated at City of London School for Girls, and University of Lancaster (Fine Art Honours Degree, first class - painting). 

1988-1996 Commissions for public buildings, businesses, corporate chains, the theatre, etc.

1996/7 In addition to main work, commissioned to design a series of postcards in collaboration with the British Post Office to coincide with philatelic stamp launches.

1997 Member of National Acrylic Painters Association (NAPA)

1997 Associate Member of National Society of Painters (AMNS)

1997 Member of Fine Art Trade Guild

2000 Executive Committee of National Acrylic Painters Association (NAPA)

2000 Full Member of National Society of Painters (NS)

2001 Fellow of The Royal Society of Arts (FRSA)

2002 Executive Committee of National Society of Painters (NS)


Exhibitions: RA, SWA, NS, NAPA, Scott Gallery, Westminster Gallery, Mall Galleries, Atrium Gallery, Royal Birmingham Society of Artists Gallery, Durham City Art Gallery, Imagination Gallery, Barbican, ART (2002, 2003, etc), Affordable Art, Alexandra Palace, Lamont Gallery.

Signs work: "S E Beaumont"

Address: Sarah Elizabeth Beaumont, c/o Highgrove Fine Arts, PO Box 22894, London, NW9 6ZE

Link:  http://www.beau.arts

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