The work of Trevor Neal can be loosely divided into three groups. Firstly, his personal work which draws heavily on the Antique, showing architecture and ancient interiors rendered in a manner where the effects of time have taken their toll. Secondly, the naked human form. This is seen in a variety of media, implying an ageing that is contradictory to the age of the sitter. Finally, commissioned works. Most of these have been in the form of interpretive portraiture though others have been as diverse as paintings of family groups, album sleeves, horses, exteriors and interiors.
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Herculaneum Site Plan, 1994 (oil on canvas) appears in: