Patron: Her Majesty the Queen (1953-2022)

Honorary Member: HRH King Charles III

Award Winners 2024

The 212th RI Exhibition showcases the finest water-based artworks, blending both contemporary and traditional styles from esteemed RI members alongside handpicked emerging talents discovered through the RI open call.

Visit Mall Galleries until Saturday 13 April and delight in the captivating RI artworks on display.


 The Winsor & Newton Award of £3000 – Richard Anthony Elliot, for Louvre Staircase, 121 x 121cm

The James Fletcher-Watson RI Award – Yuesen Lin, for Tibet Plateau, 115 x 145 cm

 The John Purcell Paper Prize – Miranda Brookes, for Winter Birches in the Brambles, 38 x 42 cm

 The Megan Fitzoliver Brush Award – Juliette Losq RI, for Equilibrium, 278 x 150 cm

 The Winsor & Newton Product Prize – Martha Zmpounou RI, for Mother and Child #2, 103 x 73 cm

The Anthony J Lester Art Critic Award – Lucy Pulvers, for Grey Gaze, 51 x 40 cm

The RI Young Artist Award – Emma Rach-Syslak, for Mokosh, 36 x 40cm

The Schmincke Prize – Carol Harvey, for Pigment Bank, 42 x 28 cm

The President’s Choice Award 
& The Dry Red Press Award – Nuria Riera, for Spanish Greyhound, 45 x 40 cm

The Escoda Barcelona Award – Kate Morgan RI, for Moonlight Serenade, 91 x 62 cm

The Cass Art Prize – Monica Vitorino, for MMXXIII Poses IX, 85 x 61 cm

The Baohong Artists Watercolour Paper Prize (non member) – Anne Lynch, for Museum of Travels, 60 x 80 cm

The Baohong Artists Watercolour Paper Prize (member) – Naomi Tydeman RI, for Sailing off Rickets Head, 42 x 70 cm

The Chaoshan Watercolour Award – Claire Harkess, for Memory of a Riverbank, 100 x 225 cm

The Debra Manifold RI Memorial Award – Alison Dickson, for Honesty & Persimmons, 55 x 55 cm

The Michael Harding Award – Miranda Brookes, for Bullrushes and Trees, 46 x 37cm

The Richard Plinke RI Prize for Colour – Delia Cardnell RI, for Heather, 38 x 46 cm