Neil Shawcross (born March 15, 1940) is an artist born in Lancashire, England who has lived in Northern Ireland since 1962.

Primarily a portrait painter, his subjects have included novelist Francis Stuart, footballer Derek Dougan and fellow artists Colin Middleton and Terry Frost. His work also includes printmaking and he has designed stained glass for the Ulster Museum and St. Colman’s Church, Lambeg, County Antrim.

Film of the exhibition: Forty Years of Portrait Painting, a large scale retrospective. He talks about his approach, style, history and influences.

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