Garrick/Milne Prize

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The Garrick/Milne Prize was a biennial art prize which served to revive the art of theatrical painting and portraiture.[1][2] The prize was set up by the Garrick Club in memory of A. A. Milne, a past member.[2]

Originally £20,000,[1] the prize was last held in 2005 and has since been replaced by direct commissions.[3]

2001[edit]

Winner

Shortlist

2003[edit]

Winner

Shortlist[1]

2005[edit]

Winner

Shortlist

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "The Garrick/Milne Prize". The Guardian. 2003. 
  2. ^ a b Nigel Reynolds (2001-06-19). "Portrait of ballet chief wins art prize funded by Winnie the Pooh". The Telegraph. 
  3. ^ Secretary's Office, Garrick Club
  4. ^ "Curriculum Vitae - Stuart Pearson Wright". 
  5. ^ "Anna Hyunsook Paik". 
  6. ^ "Gallery - Portraits". Luke Martineau. 
  7. ^ "Stuart Pearson Wright (1975-), Artist". 
  8. ^ Guy Adams (2005-09-09). "Gambon, the Garrick and a row over 'favoured sons'". The Independent. 
  9. ^ "Stephen Shankland CV". The Royal Society of Portrait Painters.