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  • George Lees O’Neil, ‘Iceberg’, 82cms x 61 cm, Oil on Board
  • Graham Martin, The Unifying Lens of the Anthropocene, Etching with aquatint and sugarlift, 80 x 60 x 3cm, Edition of 10, 2019
  • H-A-TAYLOR-Greenhouse-Earth-woodcut-2_53_x_40
  • Habib Hajallie, English Music, Fineliner Pen, 24 x 33 x 1.5, 2018
  • Henrietta MacPhee, The healing bird, Glazes Ceramic, 31 x 33 x 23, 2018
  • Holly Gallant, ‘Bobby’,70cm x 70cm, oil on board
  • Hun Kyu Kim, Long Long Summer, Traditional oriental pigment on silk, 2018. 140 x 105cm
  • Isabelle Collins, ‘Fungi’, 20x83cm, pen ink on paper
  • Jess Page-Jarrett, Luna, Watercolour and Acrylic, 49 x 49 x 5, 2019
  • Juliette Gibbs, Cambridge II, Oil and Acrylic on Canvas, 141 x 86, 2018
  • Keziah Greenwood, It Took an Hour, Oil on Board, 41 x 34, 2018
  • Livia Robinson, High,Skull, unframed 40cm x 50cm, watercolour pen and ink
  • Lydia Pettit, Eggs Are Better Here, Oil and Oil pastel on paper, 40 x 40 cm, 2019
  • Maisy Venn, Take Five, Wood and Metal, 120 x 120 x 15, 2017
  • Meg Burridge, ‘Evening Sun’, 28cm x 20cm each board approx, Oil on Wood
  • Megan Rodger, Harlington Upper School, ‘Snail’ H 544mm x W 707mm, Pen and Watercolour (1)
  • Minyoung Choi,Fish Tank, Oil on Linen, 86 x 105, 2018
  • Nadia Jenkins Nigel and teddy 84 X 60 cm unframed Oil on board
  • Nneka Uzoigwe, Hanging poppies, oil and gold leaf on linen, 40 x 30, 2019
  • Olivia Marshall, ‘Rosie’, 40x29cm, pencil on paper
  • Owain Hunt, Reflection at 24, Graphite on Paper, 35 x 26, 2018
  • Rachel Howarth ,Girl seated with book, 90x70cm Acrylics
  • Robert Bowman, ‘Wilf’ 70 x 50 cm , Oil on canvas
  • Robert Mill, ‘Crustaceans’, Ceramics, 20x45x45cm
  • Sabrina Shah, Owl and The Pussy Cat, Acrylic on Canvas, 60 x 80, 2017
  • Tara Versey, Dark Turns to Light, etching, 40 x 30, 1 of 21, 2016
  • Thomas Merrett, Untitled, Painted Resin, 40 x 15 x 15, Edition 1 of 9, 2019
  • Tia Brown, ‘Decorative neckpiece with elephant and peacock’, 30x56cm, Textiles with machine embroidery
  • Tim Patrick, Priss, Oil on Linen, 60 x 75, 2018

RBA Rising Stars 2019

For a third year the Royal Over-Seas League are hosting the work of young artists selected by The Arts Society and the Royal Society of British Artists (RBA) in the exhibition RBA Rising Stars 2019.


Join us to preview the work at the Private View on Thursday 25 April 2019 from 6 – 8pm, where many of the artists will be in attendance for the drinks reception at Over-Seas House, London.

The work in RBA Rising Stars began with 247 proposed young artists chosen by The Arts Society, from which the RBA selected 21 to be presented on the walls of Over-Seas House, London. The exhibition also includes the work of 20 semi-finalists aged 35 years or under who entered to be awarded the esteemed RBA Rome Scholarship 2019. All the artists exhibiting at ROSL are early in their careers and were selected for their exceptional works which combine the highest levels of skill, expression and draughtsmanship using a variety of medium exploring equally varied subjects.

We are proud to once again work with the two respected and prestigious organisations, The Arts Society and the RBA to present outstanding artwork at our ROSL headquaters and offer our members, friends and the public a glimpse into the future of fine art.

The 21 students selected for the RBA Rising Stars 2019:

Genevieve Aspinall, Robert Bowman, Tia Brown, Meg Burridge, Grace Burns, Isabel Collins, Anna Ellerbeck, Holly Gallant, Rachel Howarth, George Hunt, Nadia Jenkins, Francesca Krum, George Lees O’Neil, Amber Li, Livia Robinson, Megan Rodger, Olivia Marshall, Robert Mill, Abigail Morton, Maisy Venn, and Beth Whell.

The 20 Rome Scholarship semi-finalists are:

Alexander Wood, Alexander Glass, Andrew Loggie, Elinor Stanley, Ellie Walker, Graham Martin, Habib Hajallie, Henrietta MacPhee, Hun Kyu Kim, Jess Page-Jarrett, Juliet Gibbs, Keziah Greenwood, Lydia Pettit, Minyoung Choi, Nneka Uzoigwe, Owain Hunt, Sabrina Shah, Tara Versey, Thomas Merrett and Tim Patrick

We are excited to announce thet LARA are going to present a prize again this year to one of the RBA RISING STARS.  They offer a free short course at one of their schools in either London or Bristol.

For the full list of work and prices, click here.

Royal Over-Seas League
Friday 26 April – Sunday 16 June 2019

Park Place, St James’s Street, London SW1A 1LR
10am – 6pm daily (staffed Mon-Fri)
Admission: Free
For more information, contact;


The Royal Over-Seas League (ROSL) is a not-for-profit members’ organisation dedicated to championing international friendship and understanding. We help artists and musicians across the Commonwealth connect, collaborate and create. Our education work benefits communities and changes lives. With the support of our international membership, a programme of artistic activities has developed over the past 70 years and now includes: exhibitions, literature and art talks, concerts, visual art residencies, annual music competition, and an upcoming photography competition. www.rosl.org.uk

The Royal Society of British Artists

The Royal Society of British Artists began in 1823, as the ‘Society of British Artists’, whose manifesto stated, ‘This organisation was not formed to rival existing societies but that every Member was to be at liberty to assist and support any other society’, a mentality that is continued to this day. Becoming the ‘Royal Society of British Artists’ in 1887, the Society attracted many painters and sculptors of note including Walter Sickert, Philip de László, LS Lowry, Henry Moore, Peter Greenham, Sir Roger de Grey, Carel Weight and Colin Hayes. In 1970 the RBA become the main contributor to the Federation of British Artists at Mall Galleries. www.royalsocietyofbritishartists.org.uk

The Arts Society

The Arts Society (formerly NADFAS) began in 1965 and is a leading arts education charity with a global network of 385 local Societies, which bring people together through a shared curiosity for the arts. The societies events provide welcoming places – locally, nationally and globally – to hear expert lecturers share their specialist knowledge about the arts. The 90,000+ members contribute to and preserve artistic heritage through volunteering and grants. The Arts Society’s strength is its people, joined together by a passion for the arts which can nourish and empower us all. Their work creates a better, healthier and more connected society. www.theartssociety.org