A look at the paintings of Judy Cassab and Paul Riley.
Item title reads - 2 paintings make news.
M/S Miss Judy Cassab putting the finishing touches to her portrait of Princess Alexandra which is to hang in the liner 'Oriana'. C/U head and shoulders of the portrait. M/S Judy painting necklace. C/U portrait's face. M/S 15 year old Paul Riley painting in the garden of his Richmond home. He has had a landscape accepted by the Royal Academy. C/U painting which is of the rear of his house. C/U Paul's pallet from which he takes paint. C/U painting with Paul's hand adding touches of paint. C/U Paul. L/S rear of the house, Paul's father Cecil is on the right of picture painting, with Mrs Riley seated on steps with younger son Alexander aged 11. C/U Mr Riley painting picture of toadstools. C/U Mr Riley.
M/S Mrs Riley drawing a portrait of Alexander who is seated beside her. C/U Mrs Riley and Alexander looking at the portrait. C/U 14 year old Francesca sketching baby Nicola who is three months old. C/U Nicola in her pram, pan to Francesca's hand sketching. C/U Francesca, C/U Paul painting. C/U one of Paul's previous paintings which is a rocky beach, behind is another painting of an ancient railway engine. M/S painting of house.