Ann Shrager studied at the Byam School of Painting, before taking an MA at the Royal Academy Schools, graduating in 1973.  She became an elected member of the New England Art Club in 1975 and went on to win both their Arts Club and Travel prizes.


Ann has had a number of one man shows in London. She is currently represented by the Thompson’s Gallery in London, and has previously exhibited at the Michael Parkin Gallery, the New Grafton Gallery, Cadogan Contemporary, and the Everard Read Gallery in South Africa. Her work is regularly included in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition as well as being held in private collections, including DeBeers, Standard & Chartered, Mitsubishi and Sir Brindsley Ford’s amongst others.


Anne’s paintings, of quintessentially English and Indian scenes, are bathed in nostalgia and enlivened by splashes of colour against a simple and often outdoor setting.  More recently she has returned to her love of painting flowers, her recent series being inspired by walks last summer through wild flower meadows on the Chiltern Hills.