Caroline Lees

Rectory Interior

Rectory Interior

Oil on panel, 40 x 35cm, £950

Chinese Pot

Chinese Pot

Oil on panel, 20 x 20cm, £495

Nightcap

Nightcap

Oil on canvas, 30 x 15cm, 24 x 40cm framed, £495

Spring in the Kitchen

Spring in the Kitchen

Oil on panel, 30 x 30cm, £850

Fiery Tulips

Fiery Tulips

Oil on panel, 20 x 20cm, £495

Whiskey & Wisden

Whiskey & Wisden

Oil on panel, 30 x 30cm, £850

A Fair Wind

A Fair Wind

Oil, 15 x 30cm, 24 x 40cm framed, £495

Morning Light

Morning Light

SOLD oil, 15 x 30cm, 24 x 40cm framed, £495

Check Mate

Check Mate

SOLD oil, 15 x 30cm, 24 x 40cm framed, £495

Parcel from Hatchards

Parcel from Hatchards

SOLD oil, 15 x 30cm, 24 x 40cm framed, £495

Truffle in his Chair

Truffle in his Chair

SOLD oil on gesso panel, 30 x 15cm (unframed size), framed, £495

Watching

Watching

SOLD oil on gesso panel, 20 x 20cm (unframed size), framed, £495

Resting Camel

Resting Camel

SOLD oil on panel, 25 x 20cm, framed, £325

Camel

Camel

SOLD oil on panel, 25 x 25cm, framed, £400

Caroline studied at the Corcoran Gallery School of Art in Washington DC and attended master classes in painting and drawing at The Slade School of Art in London. She has been an en plein air painter for most of her life, travelling in the Middle East, Arctic, India and Myanmar. She works in oils, watercolours and egg tempera;  Studied gilding & Icon techniques in Russia, Sinai and the Prince’s Schools.


Her work is in many collections, below are just a few:

The Diwan Royal Court Affairs Sultanate of Oman, inc a commission for the visiting Prince of Wales

The Ritz Hotel

Sir Algernon Heber Percy

The National Trust

Mr & Mrs. Michael Portillo

The late Patrick Duff-Pennington

Lord & Lady Flight

St. Johns Eye Hospital Jerusalem

Royal Opera House, Covent Garden

Mr & Mrs. Rafael Valls

St. Catherines Monastery Sinai

 

She has exhibited at the RA in 1997, 1998, 2005, 2011.

In 2011 she won the Sunday Telegraph Watercolour Competition.  

In 2018 she won the Agnes Reeve Memorial prize for best painting of London at the CAS Society (w/c).