Robin-Lee Hall is an award-winning artist who works predominantly in egg tempera.
Her themes range from figures, faces and interiors to slightly ‘off-set’ still life paintings based around traditional British confectionary, toys and cakes.
She is an elected member of The Royal Society of Portrait Painters and in 2010 she won the Ondaatje Prize for Portraiture.
In 2014 she became the Society’s President.
She lectures at the National Gallery and National Portrait Gallery.
Kingston and St Martin’s School of Art.
Ondaatje Prize for Portraiture
Robin-Lee exhibits annually at the Royal Society of Portrait Painters exhibition and also the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, the BP Portrait Award and other venues in and around London.
WORK IN COLLECTIONS
The Palace of Westminster
Girton College, Cambridge
The Royal College of Pathologists
Private collections in the UK and USA
HRH The Prince of Wales