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Caroline Eve Romer was born in 1955 in Hertfordshire in England. She grew up in a family of artists, her mother Philippa Romer and her grandmother Hilda Tomson being both portrait painters. The studio atmosphere and the smell of turps were never far away. 

Between 1974 and 1978 she studied painting at the Byam Shaw School of Art in London. In the summer of 1974 she made her first journey to India, and in 1975 to Morocco. These journeys opened-up a life-long interest in combining her painting with travelling. In 1979 she married and went to live in the heart of the Spanish Pyrenees where she lived for over 30 years. The mountains and their people were always a strong source of inspiration to her work during all that time.

Caroline is a passionate student of landscape and the human figure within it. She now lives in Devon​​​​​. In 2011 she organised a show, "3 Generations"​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​. It was a homage to her Grandmother Hilda Kidman and her Mother Philippa Romer. Her latest exhibitions in London have showcased her work  from her trips to Burma and India (2012), Ghana (2014), New Mexico, Italy and England (2016), Benin (2018), Japan and Devon (2020) and the Hebrides in Scotland (2022). Caroline's upcoming exhibition will be from her most recent travels in Suriname, Spain and France.

Brotherton Gallery, LDN

Thackarey Gallery, LDN

Metiers d'Art, Céret, FR

Kreisler&Toronto Galleries, BCN

Lennox Gallery, LDN

Eco-Museum, Esterri d'Àneu, SP

The Light Gallery, LDN

The Coningsby Gallery, LDN

RBA Annual Exhibition, LDN

RA Summer Exhibition, LDN

St Albans Int. Organ Festival Art Exhibition

The Coningsby Gallery, LDN

Exhibitions include:















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