Beatrice Hasell-McCosh (b.1990) is a painter working between South London and the Lake District. Her style is naturally expressive, full of vitality and concerned with figurative likeness. Having been brought up on the edge of the Lake District her main interest is in painting landscape and she travels everywhere with oil paint, aiming to present the mundane as unusual. Sketchbooks are integral to her work after a year of full time and intensive drawing at The Royal Drawing School. Particularly in portraiture, she uses these drawings as a form of reference if painting directly from life isn't possible. Her first solo show was at The Coningsby Gallery in London in April 2017.

Studio visits are welcomed by appointment and commissions accepted with delight! Please email or telephone via the contact page if you have any questions about a project. 

 

Education

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

2014/15 Leith School of Art, Edinburgh, one year painting course

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

 

Collectors Include

Mrs Mary Miller

Dame Clara Furse

John Swannell Esq

Lady Emma Tennant

Caroline, Countess of Lonsdale

Iain Milligan QC