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In this edition: Julian Halsby has written an obituary to Christopher Hall and also reviews the Paul Nash exhibition at Tate Britain. Also included is members news of their recent and upcoming exhibitions.

In the edition: "The Rome Scholarship 2016"; The "Rising Stars" exhibition at Lloyd's Register; Qualiart / Minerva - The Japanese project; plus all the latest member news...

In the edition: "The Rome Scholarship 2015"; RBA exhibitions at Lloyd's Register; The RBA exhibition at the John Noott Galleries; and more...

This edition, introduced by our President, includes an obituary of George Devlin who died in May of this year. Alan Friday (an RBA Friend) describes the running of a modern picture framing workshop and Julian Halsby reviews the Turner exhibition at the Tate Modern. Also included is members news of recent and upcoming exhibitions.

This edition includes "Andrew Marr at the RBA Opening" and members news concerning upcoming exhibitions. Julian Halsby reviews "Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs" at the Tate Modern and "The Great War in Portraits" at the National Gallery.

Our president, James Horton reviews the year. Richard Sorrell writes about his father, Alan Sorrell. Julian Halsby reviews some London exhibitions, and the dates for the RBA 2014 annual exhibition are announced.

A new patron of The RBA is announced - Shriji Arvind Singh Mewar of Udaipur, the 76th Custodian of the House of Mewar.

Cinzia Bonada writes a tribute to our late member Muriel Rose. Julian Halsby reviews the Lucien Freud exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.

Our president, James Horton, talks about NADFAS and also the forthcoming refurbishment of the East Gallery. Lewis Hazelwood-Horner, the most recent winner of the RBA Rome Scholarship, gives a short account of his stay.

This is the first edition to be produced and edited by Julian Halsby. Contents include tributes to our late members Selina Maria di Girolamo and Trevor Frankland.

This is the final edition to be produced and edited by Barbara Richardson. In this edition Romeo di Girolamo stands down as president of the RBA and Alfred Daniels talks about the AGBI and DACS.

Clive Duncan and Alfred Daniels write tributes to our late members Anthony Southwell and Stephen Crowther.

This edition includes articles about Caroline McAdam Clark and Paul Bartlett.

This edition includes articles about Laura Hardy and a visit to Pelham Place, the home of Damon and Sandra de Laszlo.

In this edition James Horton becomes the new Vice President of the RBA. There is a tribute to the late Jack Millar. The launch of the de Laszlo Association is also reported.

In this edition Julian Halsby talks about his and Miranda's move to Sherborne. Cheryl Culver shares her diary of experiences at Art in Action.

In this edition Oliver Warman talks about life in France.

In this edition, Alfred Daniels relates why "Everything conspired to make me a painter of pictures". Christopher Miers has "A brush with the Pewsey Wharf Boat Club".

In this edition there is a translation of an article in the September 2004 issue of"Raccontare Recanati" about Christopher Hall entitled "The English painter who found love and inspiration in Recanati". Leigh Parry provides an Introduction to "A Short Account of the life of Philip De László and his relationship with the RBA".

This is the first edition of the RBA newsletter to be produced and edited by Barbara Richardson.