Royal Institue of Painters in Watercolour

Founded in 1831 as the New Society of Painters in Water Colours with intention of promoting the medium of watercolour

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. It continues to operate to this day.
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