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2nd prize, 2011.  Mogens Ulderup, Denmark "Berlin"

2nd prize, 2011. Mogens Ulderup, Denmark "Berlin"

Iben - Winning Portrait of Brewer J.C Jacobsen's Portrait Award 2013 A good portrait should uncover two people. It should reveal the sudject -in this case, the woman in the picture. But it should also reveal so much personality in the portrayal of this person that it illuminates the artist. Can we speak of such a 'double portrait' in the case of James Hague's portraait of 'Iben'? Yes - and we can  do more than that.It is for the presence of these qualities, and ...

Iben - Winning Portrait of Brewer J.C Jacobsen's Portrait Award 2013 A good portrait should uncover two people. It should reveal the sudject -in this case, the woman in the picture. But it should also reveal so much personality in the portrayal of this person that it illuminates the artist. Can we speak of such a 'double portrait' in the case of James Hague's portraait of 'Iben'? Yes - and we can do more than that.It is for the presence of these qualities, and ...

Faust, 2012, Special prize, Brewer J.C. Jacobsen`s Portrait Award 2013

Faust, 2012, Special prize, Brewer J.C. Jacobsen`s Portrait Award 2013

Nominated portrait in the norther europe price:   Portrait Now!   Brewer J.C. Jacobsen’s Portrait Award

Nominated portrait in the norther europe price: Portrait Now! Brewer J.C. Jacobsen’s Portrait Award

1st prize, 2007 Sonja Lillebæk Christensen "On a slow boat to China (self portrait)"

1st prize, 2007 Sonja Lillebæk Christensen "On a slow boat to China (self portrait)"

3rd prize, 2007 Torben Eskerod Untitled #5 (From the series Friends and Strangers)

3rd prize, 2007 Torben Eskerod Untitled #5 (From the series Friends and Strangers)

Tulsa Tulsa

Tulsa Tulsa

The collective portraits painted by British artist James E. Cooper offer a contrasting, questioning view of people and the places they are found in. Painted from life, often in the sitter’s home or personal surroundings, they communicate a warm and intimate exchange between the sitter and observer. The portrait of Club Row invites the onlooker to examine the sitter's surroundings. It encourages the observer to look past the sitter and out through a window onto what appears to be a...

The collective portraits painted by British artist James E. Cooper offer a contrasting, questioning view of people and the places they are found in. Painted from life, often in the sitter’s home or personal surroundings, they communicate a warm and intimate exchange between the sitter and observer. The portrait of Club Row invites the onlooker to examine the sitter's surroundings. It encourages the observer to look past the sitter and out through a window onto what appears to be a...

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