Edward Beale was a London painter born and bred. His paintings of London were worked from locations near his studio in Lambeth and along the Thames from Millbank to the Royal Docks. He works in situ and subjects for his landscapes include the Western Isles of Scotland, the English countryside and southern France. People talk about the power and energy in his landscapes and this is just as evident in his other work. His portraits, life studies and still lifes are full of a sense of rhythmic movement. Edward studied painting at Camberwell School of Art and the Royal Academy Schools. His work is in collections all over the world including the United States, France, India and China.