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In pictures: Jerwood Drawing Prize

Study for Portrait (William Baldwin)

William Baldwin has won the 6,000 Jerwood Drawing Prize for his pencil and charcoal on paper drawing, Study for Portrait.

When I'm Sea Queen surely I will need a Sea King (Lia Anna Hennig)

Lia Anna Hennig's ink drawing, called When I'm Sea Queen Surely I Will Need A Sea King, earned her the second prize of 3,000.

Nurembergspot (Tobias Teschner)

German-born Tobias Teschner was one of two people to win a student prize of 1,000. He took the award for his pencil drawing entitled Nurembergspot.

War (Andrew Penketh)

Andrew Penketh was one of 54 shortlisted artists with War. A total of 63 drawings made the final cut.

Man is Head of Woman (Kate Walters)

Kate Walters had two watercolours shortlisted for the prize, including Man is Head of Woman.

Miss Fit (Nicky Hoberman)

Nicky Hoberman's pastel and fabric piece, entitled Miss Fit, investigates "concepts of isolation, identity, and individuality" with a playful nod to Degas.

Flare (Dolly Thompsett)

Dolly Thompsett's Flare was also among the shortlisted images. They will be on display at London's Jerwood Space until 26 October.



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