Catherine Goodman (b. 1961) is an artist based in London, working between her London studios and Somerset. She trained at London’s Camberwell School of Arts & Crafts, and the Royal Academy Schools, at which she won the Royal Academy Gold Medal in 1987. Her painting of Antony Sutch won First Prize in the BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery in 2002, following which the Gallery commissioned her painting of Dame Cicely Saunders for its collection.
She has had numerous solo exhibitions including Portraits from Life at the National Portrait Gallery in 2014 and the last house in the world at Marlborough Fine Art London in 2016; in 2019 she exhibited at Hauser & Wirth Somerset following five months as Artist in Residence, and at Marlborough Gallery New York with her solo exhibition, the light gets in.
Goodman’s paintings are held
in numerous private and public collections including the National Portrait
Gallery, which acquired her
portrait of film director Stephen Frears for its 20th Century Collection; the Fitzwilliam Museum Cambridge and the
Royal Collection Trust.