Andrew Macara

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Andrew Macara was born in Derbyshire in 1944. Although Andrew studied contemporary modern British Art for a short period with Leonard Fuller at the St Ives School of Painting amongst the Cornwall Art Galleries he considers himself a self taught artist. Today Andrew Macara has one of the most distinctive styles of present day contemporary British Artists and has enjoyed considerable success. Macara was elected a member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1981. Andrew’s contemporary paintings regularly feature at the Royal British Artists (RBA) London art exhibitions. Andrew Macara has won many art awards. These include: Sir Huw Weldon, Royal Academy of Art Summer Exhibition, Brian Sewell, Gileas Auty and Lord Palumbos choice, Discerning Eye Exhibition. Andrew was awarded the coveted De Lazlo art medal in 1985. And, Macara’s latest art award was at the RBA in 2005.

Over the last few years Andrew Macara paintings have proved to be a good British Art Investment progressively appreciating in value. This is a typical Macara British Winter scene which is always in demand. With this quality of art work and enduring quality it is easy to understand why.