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Exhibition: Sargent: The Watercolours
Sargent: The Watercolours We were so bowled over from the announcement of the RA’s
exhibition that it slipped our mind to tell you about an equally exciting show
which is opening next week at
the Dulwich Picture Gallery, namely, Sargent:
The Watercolours. B...

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CHARLES I: KING AND COLLECTOR Good news travels fast, and it seems great news travels at the speed of a cheetah – London’s Royal Academy of Art have announced their 2018 exhibition ‘ Charles I: King and Collector’ . So far,
only general details have been re...

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From the view of a sitter
From the view of a sitter The thought of being painted by one of the world’s leading
portrait painters, if not the leading portrait painter, can’t help but raise
the question as to whether you quite deserve a place among the great and the
good of her past s...

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Nicky Philipps: 1 minute without a paint brush. One minute with Nicky Philipps has given us a lot to think about - a whole list of artists to read up on, a new genre of music to listen to, and an exciting young exhibition to put in the diary for June!  Her ...

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Jamie Coreth: One minute without a paintbrush
      Our twelve big questions were put to Jamie Coreth this week.  Read below for some great tips on jazz in London, what goes into becoming a portrait painter, and why we may ban him from travelling to Scotland, he could decide never to return...      Rig...

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Beyond Caravaggio, The National Gallery, London
On Wednesday 12th October, 'Beyond Caravaggio' will open at The National Gallery. This is the first exhibition of its kind, celebrating the influence and legacy of this Italian master.  Caravaggio's first public commission was unveiled in 1600, which trigge...

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James McNeill Whistler's legacy lives on in the work of artist Rosalie Watkins
We take a look at how James McNeill Whistler's iconic portrait of his mother inspired Fine Art Commissions' artist Rosalie Watkins:  James McNeill Whistler was an American-born artist who divided his time between London and Paris. He is best known as a mout...

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BP Portrait Award 2016
We are delighted that Fine Art Commissions has the following artists exhibiting as part of the BP Portrait Award 2016 at the National Portrait Gallery, London.  The exhibition runs until 4th September and admission is free.  Dad Sculpting Me by Jamie Coreth...

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Fine Art Commissions offers an incredibly unique service that is greatly valued by our artists
‘All creative people need a Fine Art Commissions. Not just for marketing and sourcing work, but for valuable second opinions when needed.’  -  Nicky Philipps ‘ I like the fact that Fine Art Commissions is a one stop shop.  I  also like the competition with ...
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