Caroline Lees

Kitchen Sink
Ships of the Desert
Lavender in Sun
Watching
Spring in a Jug
Truffle in his Chair
Peonies
Resting Camel
Camel

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 Burma. She works in oils, watercolours and egg tempera;  studying gilding & Icon techniques in Russia, Sinai and the Prince’s Schools.

Education

1982/84               Corcoran Gallery School of Art. Washington DC.

1991                    Master Classes in oils: Slade School of Art, London.

 2002                   Advanced Drawing: Slade School of Art, London.

 LATER                Icon classes with Russian, English and Bulgarian teachers & advanced gilding at St Catherine's Monastery Sinai.Medieval and                                  Advanced Medieval illumination courses at Princes Schools, and Queens Gallery, London.

Spring in a Jug

Oil on panel, 30 x 15cm (unframed size), framed, £495