Edward Beale is active/lives in England, United Kingdom. Edward Beale is known for landscape and genre painting.
Edward Beale was born in London in 1950. At the age of sixteen, he began attending morning drawing classes at Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts and was accepted there as a full time student in 1968.
Beale went on to the Royal Academy Schools in 1976, where he won the Edwin Landseer Prize and the David Murray Traveling Scholarship twice. After graduating from the Royal Academy, he was offered the opportunity of a solo exhibition at the Royal Academy Schools by the Keeper, Peter Greenham. He later took part in The Broad Horizon exhibition organized by The National Trust Foundation for Art in association with Agnew's. The exhibition consisted of paintings of the Trust's properties. The painting Beale made of Corfe Castle was bought by a Canadian collector who commissioned Beale to make some paintings in Kenya.
Soon after his return home from Kenya, Beale began a series of etchings of the animals at London Zoo where he was provided with studio space. During this time an Australian TV company filmed him for a documentary which aired in Australia and South East Asia. Beale has exhibited at numerous mixed exhibitions and has had several solo exhibitions in London.
Beale's work was amongst those selected to represent the Royal Academy Alumni Association at an exhibition in Florence at the Centro Modigliani.