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Commission a Portrait Artist
For over sixteen years (formerly from Walton & Bury St.) we've provided a service to help people commission a portrait and other bespoke works of art. We have stayed at the top through:
- Representing the best and most consistent portrait artists
- Understanding the individual needs of our clients
- Charging the same as if you went direct to a portrait artist's studio
- Unequalled experience and market insight when dealing with portrait commissions for UK and International Clients
- Personal back up throughout the project
- Remaining independent of artists’ societies
Portrait commissions include Male Portraits, Female Portraits, Group Portraits, Child Portraits and Portrait Sculpture, along with many other subjects including Copies, Miniature & Posthumous Paintings.
Portrait painters, exclusive to Fine Art Commissions, include Marcus Hodge, Nicola Jane Philipps (Nicky), Charlie Calder-Potts, Rosalie Watkins and renowned photographer Fergus Greer.
We also offer corporate portrait & art commissions for offices.
Charcoal portraits from £950 - £7,500
Oil portraits from £1,500 - £55,000
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5th - 28th June 2013
34 Duke Street, St James's, SW1Y 6DF
Monday to Thursday: 10am - 6pm
Fridays: 10am - 5pm
Saturdays (June only): 10am - 5pm
020 7839 2792
+44 20 7839 2792
From outside the UK
34 Duke Street, St James’s, London, SW1Y 6DF
10am - 6pm Monday to Thursday
10am - 5pm Friday
10am - 5pm Saturday (during June 2013 only)
Interviewed on Fake or Fortune (BBC 1 03/07/11), Detective Sergeant Vernon Rapley of the Art and Antiques Unit, stated that 40-50% of works of art in circulation could be fake.
Perhaps the safest way to invest in the art world is to commission?
You may choose the next 'big name' as well as having a record of your family, retiring Chairman or former home.
Come and view examples of the best in contemporary portraiture under the guidance of Fine Art Commissions.
...more important still, perhaps, is the utter independence that Fine Art Commissions enjoys, as much of interest as of judgement, in the advice they offer, with no Society rules to follow, or personal axes to grind. With some 40 artists of all kinds and approaches on the books, some now of international standing, the choice is there to be made.
William Packer (Art Critic with The Financial Times)
Artists we represent include
- Alastair Adams
- Jackie Anderson
- Julian Barrow
- Nick Bashall
- Paul Benney
- Felicity Gill
- Valeriy Gridnev
- James Hart Dyke
- Sandro Kopp
- Tom Leveritt
- Raoul Martinez
- Etienne Millner
- Anthony Oakshett
- Howard Morgan
- Susie Philipps
- John Rowley
- Minna Stevens
- Toby Ward
Art in the 20th century was defined by a spontaneous act by a human being. Art should be compellingly beautiful, an idea lost for a hundred years.
Richard Schmid author of Alla Prima, during a lecture given at Lavender Hill Studios, June 2011.