Nancy Cadogan is an American-British artist based in Northamptonshire: however her work takes her across continents. Born in 1979 in Cincinnati, Nancy has lived and worked in Morocco, Ghana, New York and Italy, plus stints in Crete and Cyprus in early childhood with her father, the eminent archaeologist Gerald Cadogan. Nancy attended Oxford High School followed by City and Guilds of London Art School before graduating from Canterbury Christ Church University with a Degree in Fine Art Painting in 2002. She has shown her work in New York and London, and most recently she has featured in group shows in Miami and Southampton, USA, plus a group show and solo show in London.
In 2017 Nancy Cadogan became one of 93 women artists chosen to exhibit their work in Soho House’s new hotel, The Ned, London, in its permanent Vault 100 exhibition highlighting the disparity between women and men CEOs. She was also named as one of the ‘Top 20 New British Art Talents’ by Tatler magazine in 2008, describing her as ‘the new Paula Rego’. She is married with three children and lives in Northamptonshire.