Photo credit: Emma Freeman

Photo credit: Emma Freeman

Beatrice Hasell-McCosh (b.1990) is based between South London and Cumbria. Her first solo show was at The Coningsby Gallery in London in April 2017. She uses drawings and memory to create work based on closely observed figurative studies from life. Having grown up in the Lake District she is naturally attracted to muted colours and her influences span from The Boyle Family and Ugo Rodinone to Sean Scully, Tracy Emin and Martin Yeoman. Drawing is central to her practise and she works intensive hours painting usually late at night from those drawings building up a body of work reflected in her tonal and lately more abstract work.

Studio visits are welcomed by appointment and commissions accepted with delight. Please telephone or email (via the contact page) if you want to discuss a project. Many of the works in the Portfolio section are for sale, do get in touch if you're interested in viewing something in person.

Click to read a recent interview Beatrice did with The Twenty Mile Club.

Education

2010 Leeds University, Classics and English Literature, BA 2.i Hons

2014/15 Leith School of Art, Edinburgh

2015/16  The Royal Drawing School (formerly the Princes Drawing School), Shoreditch, one year postgraduate programme

Selected Collectors

HE the Hon Alexander Downer, Australian High Commissioner to the UK

Mrs Mary Miller

Dame Clara Furse

John Swannell Esq

Lady Emma Tennant

Caroline, Countess of Lonsdale

Iain Milligan QC