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Peter Haslam-Fox


Peter Haslam Fox is a London based figurative artist. For the large part self-taught, he did start out at art school. He hated it, and instead went to Glasgow to study art history and then went on to work in a variety of professions around the world, latterly as a carpenter in London and gilder in the U.S. It was only in 2006 when a chance meeting with the artist Brendan Kelly rekindled his interest in painting that he ended up under his guidance for a year culminating in his first show at Ainscough Contempory Art.

A foray into watercolor in 2007 unexpectedly led to his first series of paintings that explored the capital's architectural and social diversity. He was named the RWS/Sunday Times' 2008 'Young Artist' and others works were showcased at the 2008 Discerning Eye Exhibition at the Mall Galleries and the 2009 21st Century Watercolor Exhibition at The Bankside Gallery. The series entitled 'A Tale of Two Towers' went on to form his critically acclaimed solo show, launching the 'Art Work Space' gallery in Bayswater. The paintings were described in 'Art Of England' magazine as "exquisite pieces of contemporary portraiture."

Based in his South Lambeth studio, Haslam Fox has continued in his attempt to rejuvenate watercolors and whilst working on various private commissions has been building up his new, as yet unseen collection. In 2010 he won the Benton Purchase Prize at the 'Discerning Eye' and his portrait of his mother was shown at the 2011 Royal Watercolour Society Spring Exhibition.