Robbie Wraith London Show

Robbie Wraith, Member of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters,  has been invited to exhibit his work at the Triforium, The Temple Church London EC4Y7BR  following his well received portrait of the Lord Chief Justice for the Middle Temple. The exhibition will run from from 18th October to 6th November, subject to church timetables. Please…

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London a centre for portraiture

 The history that formed this haven for portraiture The UK’s special place in portraiture may date back to the reformation when a sudden decline in commissioned religious art meant that artists had to diversify into different genres. At this point a new aspirant middle class, created by the redistribution of Catholic wealth, became a source…

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Jason Walker, Prince, print & pool

The Jubilee Pool in Penzance Cornwall was officially reopened by His Royal Highness The Prince of Wales, 81 years after its completion in 1935 to mark King George V’s Silver Jubilee. Jason Walker is a trustee for the pool was introduce to the Prince as part of the official visit. Jason has painted the pool many times and has produced limited…

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Anthony Connolly announces 2016 Workshops

Anthony Connolly will be running a life workshop in Wiltshire in September. Busy working days, attentive tuition, enjoyable company and good food are the main ingredients of these successful and popular events. The workshops run for four days, 10am to 4pm, lunch and refreshments are provided. There will be some teatime entertainment in the form…

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PORTRAIT PAINTING IN LONDON

LONDON AND PORTRAITURE – A LONGSTANDING RELATIONSHIP   With David Hockney’s exhibition ’82 Portraits and 1 Still-life’ being shown at the Royal Academy until October, and the identification of a portrait painted by the German Londoner Lucian Freud on a BBC television programme, London’s relationship with portraiture has never been more obvious.   London has long…

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BENJAMIN SULLIVAN’S NEW PORTRAIT UNVEILED

YET ANOTHER SUCCESS FOR BENJAMIN SULLIVAN Benjamin Sullivan’s portrait of David Gainsborough Roberts was unveiled at Jersey Museum on 28 June. Gainsborough Roberts is a well known memorabilia collector in Jersey, and has often shared his collection, which includes items such as the costumes of Marilyn Monroe, at local exhibitions. As much of his collection is…

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