Lucy Dickens | London

Lucy Dickens | London

Lucy Dickens 

I am a figurative painter, working mainly in oils.  I like to paint people from all walks of life, observed in everyday situations: from bellboys to bag ladies, musicians, chefs and gossiping girls. London life in all its glory and vignettes from every city I visit: New York, Paris, Tokyo, Bali and beyond.

Lucy Dickens, great, great granddaughter of Charles Dickens, began her career as a full-time artist in 1990. Having previously worked as a fashion stylist for Condé Nast, she became a freelance illustrator, working for publications including The Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph and Vogue. She began to paint while writing and illustrating a series of children’s books, which were published in London and New York.


Solo exhibitions

2016 The Osborne Studio Gallery, London
2011 The Fosse Gallery, Gloucestershire
2008 The Fosse Gallery, Gloucestershire
2007 Cricket Fine Art, London
2005 Osborne Studio Gallery, London
2004 Fosse Gallery, Gloucestershire
2003 The Osborne Studio Gallery, London
2002 Fosse Gallery, Gloucestershire
2001 The Osborne Studio Gallery, London
1999 Fosse Gallery, Gloucestershire
1997 The Belgrave Gallery, London
1996 The Belgrave Gallery, London
1995 The Belgrave Gallery, London

Mixed exhibitions

The Belgrave Gallery, London
Fosse Gallery, Gloucestershire
The Osborne Studio Gallery, London
The Waterman Gallery, London
The Royal Society of Portrait Painters
The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition
Birnam Wood Galleries, New York
Cricket Fine Art, London