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The Winners

The overall winner for the Anthony Rapport Trophy, and also winner of the portrait prize for the  ‘Copystat / Windsor Newton Plate’, was Christine Turner for her portrait in oil Looking Back. (left, NFS, ref 119)

Eli Absi won the Morag & Norman Robertson Plaque for the best marine painting with his watercolour of Tenby Harbour (below, 26 x 36 cm, NFS, ref 002)

The best sculpture was Mary Dewey’s ceramic Bartholomew (left, 18” high, £400, ref 011)

Keith Harvey won the Lilac Searle Rose Bowl for the best abstract painting with Sienna Horizon (above, £300, ref 110)

Lysbeth Davies again won the Rosemary Bramley Cup for the best line & wash painting with Park House, designed by William Burgess, completed 1874. (above, NFS, ref 088)

The best Figurative painting was Cocksure, in white charcoal & gouache on black paper, by Rebecca O’Dwyer (above right, 29.7 x 42 cm, £495, ref 043)

The Beryl Saunders Memorial Plate for the best still life was won by Gillian Roberts for her acrylic painting Lamp & Lemon (right, 21 x 30 cm, NFS, ref 053)

The Landscape prize was won by Keith Harvey for his acrylic painting of Hickory Island (below, £125, ref 108)

Kevin Strong won the Anton Kolb Cup for the best miniature with his little watercolour of The Old Cottage (below right, £35, ref 070)

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