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Celia Montague

Celia Montague read Modern and Mediaeval Languages at St. Hugh's College, Oxford, then qualified for and practised at the Bar, before becoming an actress.  Her work includes leading roles on television and stage as well as appearances in several feature films.
 
Celia's training as a painter began in 1999 with Foundation studies at Abingdon College of Further Education in Oxfordshire.  She studied life drawing at the Ruskin School of Painting and Drawing under Peter Rhoades and Sarah Simblet, and oil painting with the late Annie Newnham. 

She then trained as a portrait painter, taking the two year Diploma in Portraiture at Heatherley's School of Fine Art in Chelsea, London, followed by a further year of studies in life painting at the Prince's Drawing School. 

She lives and paints in Oxford and London, and is married with two children.