Title: HP Sauce Sachet

Medium: Oil On Board

Framed Size: 30cm x 30cm



HP Sauce was named after London's Houses of Parliament. After making its first appearance in the late 19th century, HP Sauce went on to become an icon of British culture.

As I travelled around the country it was a familiar sight on the dinner tables of many of the hotels I stayed in and often a subject I would sketch. I became fascinated not only with the design of the logo but also the reflections on these small squidgy sachets. 

I painted several small versions of different sauce sachets in preparation for a larger painting which was exhibited and sold at the Royal Institute of Oil Painters (ROI) Annual Exhibition in 2021.

This small painting of a HP Sauce Sachet was one of my paintings selected by Gurinder Chadha for the ING Discerning Eye exhibition at Mall Galleries, London from friday 11th - Sunday 20th November 2022.


This painting is currently on loan at the Museum of Brands in my 'Brushstrokes to Brands' exhibition but will be available in 2024. For enquiries please call Steven: 07799113378 or CONTACT


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