Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours
The Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours is one of the oldest societies of professional watercolour painters. The aims of the society are: to promote painting in watercolours; to encourage the use and development of water based mediums and to present the work of its best exponents in its annual exhibitions.
The Royal Society of Marine Artists
The Society was founded in 1939 and is widely recognised for being the focal point for much of Britain's finest marine art.
Society of Equestrian Artists
The Society of Equestrian Artists exists to promote the practice of equestrian painting and sculpture and to advance public education and appreciation of this art.
The Mall Galleries - Federation of British Artists
The Federation of British Artists (FBA) consists of eight of the UK’s leading art societies, all of whom hold their Annual Exhibition at the Mall Galleries. A unique national resource, the FBA has over 500 artist members and serves as a national focal point for contemporary figurative art by living artists working in the UK.