BOB RUDD




Bob Rudd was born in Suffolk in 1944 and studied at the Bath Academy of Art between 1969 and 1973, becoming a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours in 1995.

Bob Rudd has exhibited extensively at galleries in London and throughout the country, including solo exhibitions in London, Edinburgh and the Isles of Scilly. Bob Rudd's work is displayed in public and corporate collections here and aboard including the new parliamentary buildings at Westminster and the House of Lords. Bob Rudd has been awarded several prestigious awards including the Andrew Brownsword Prize, St Cuthberts Mill Award, and Laing Art Competition.

Bob Rudd works mainly in watercolour, and enjoys painting strong images of the less cultivated landscapes and grand buildings of Britain and Europe.

'When I'm painting, I try to capture the spirit of the place and also something of the excitement I felt when I was there. I paint what I feel as well as what I see. But I am creating a painting that has to be independent and exciting itself. I deliberately mix naturalistically rendered with freely interpreted and invented passages to create tension and unpredictability.'

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BR3101
Straw Bales and Willows

BR3102
Autumn Trees

BR3103
Winter Lane

BR3151
Pool at Low Tide

BR3152
Towards Skye

BR3153
Morning Reflections

BR3154
Porlock Weir

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BR3011
Low Tide

BR3015
Spring Surf

BR3051
Rocky Shore

BR3052
Glen Coe

BR2002
Grand Canal from Accademia

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BR2003
Mooring Posts, Grand Canal

BR2004
Yellow House, Venice

BR2005
Doges Palace, San Marco

BR2006
Rialto Bridge, Venice

BR3001
Lavender Fields

BR3002
Lavender, Provence



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BR2001
Gondolas Against San Giorgio