About Me

“Vision is the art of seeing what is invisible to others.”

— Jonathan Swift



Eleanor  Barreau works both commercially and as a fine artist. Eleanor has had solo  shows both nationally and internationally. She has also worked on large scale  projects including stage set design, album artwork and murals. She uses  painting and drawing as a means of illustrating an idea, whether it be her own  or a client’s. Eleanor gained MA Painting from the Royal College of Art  She  lives and works in London.

Selected collectors and clients:

Saatchi - Rudimental - Jess Glynne - Puffin Books - Atlantic Records - Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra - Bootleg Beatles - Azimo - Tony Kelly (photographer) - London Mural Company - Towner Gallery 


Painting MA, Royal College of Art

BA Fine Art, Central Saint Martins

Solo Exhibitions

January - February 2016
Artworx, Albin Art Gallery, Oslo 

Novemeber 2015
Norwood Members Club, New York

November 2013 – 2014
Apartment58, Tottenham Court Road, London

March – April 2012
Union Members Club, Soho, London

November – January 2012
NARCISS Boutique, Westbourne Grove, London

15th June 2010
Hot Dog Jazz, Denmark St, London

May 2010
Jealous Gallery, Crouch End London

Group Exhibitions

January 2016
Work in Progress Show, Royal College of Art, London

November 2012
Affordable Art Fair: Eyestorm, Hampstead, London

August 2012
YuMiHu Contemporary: Symbolic Exchange & Death, Wolf & Badger, Mayfair, London

March 2012
Drang Gallery: Selected Works, Padstow, Cornwall

15th February 2012
ShowcaseCities: Selected Group Exhibition, RichMix, Shoreditch, London

January 2012
London Art Fair, Eyestorm, Business Design Centre, London

June 2011
BA Fine Arts Show, Central Saint Martins, London

March 2011 – Sept 2012
Debut Contemporary, Westbourne Grove, London

January 2011
London Art Fair, Jealous Gallery, Business Design Centre, London

August 2010
Signature Art Awards, Degree Art, Vyner St, London

March 2010
Selected Group Exhibition: Condemned, Old Wallis Gallery, London


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