Stanley Royle artist

Stanley Royle – British Landscape artist

Visit the long awaited  exhibition ‘The Great Outdoors’ at the Graves Gallery in Sheffield from December 13th 2014 – May 30th 2015
This major retrospective exhibition, the first in almost 30 years, showcases Sheffield’s magnificent collection of his paintings, the largest in the country.

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Stanley Royle circa 1920


This site has been constructed by Stanley Royle’s grand daughters, Lucy and Anthea Copleston, and is a personal view and biography of the artist, his life and work.

Stanley Royle, R.C.A., R.B.A., A.R.W.A., the British landscape artist (1888 -1961) was the father of Jean Royle (1915 – 2002), who was also an artist in her own right. Jean Royle’s two daughters, Lucy and Anthea Copleston have collaborated to build this site in the knowledge that their mother wished a wider public to have the opportunity of viewing her father’s paintings.

All images are copyright protected.  We have at all times endeavoured to comply with the copyright laws. Please contact us if you have a query, complaint or objection.

The Stanley Royle site is an expanding visual gallery of his known works which we currently have permission to display. The authors are always interested in further images in order to demonstrate the full breadth of Stanley Royle’s artistic achievement. Contact us at with images and information or telephone Lucy Copleston: 01745 710347.

For commercial reproduction purposes, high quality photography is available for a number of Stanley Royle paintings, and also a selection of prints of his paintings from The Bridgeman Art Library. View at or telephone +44 (0)20 7727 4065.