portrait painter


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Noun1.portrait painter - a painter or drawer of portraitsportrait painter - a painter or drawer of portraits  
painter - an artist who paints
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portrait painter

nritrattista m/f
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I have turned portrait painter, since you were sent away for your health.
Ms Phipps, who has a studio in Fulham, south west London, is the daughter of the equestrian and portrait painter Susan Crawford and at 28 is one of the youngest artists to paint the Queen in person.
The new portrait, by leading Northern Ireland portrait painter Carol Graham, is to hang in the university's Great Hall.
Virtual reality: West Valley ``realism'' artist Mary Ann Panopoulos describes herself as a portrait painter, but not of formal, chairman-of-the-board-in-a-leather-armchair kind of portraits.
In an interview in 2001, Rolf said: 'I always imagined I would be a portrait painter like my Welsh grandfather.
Joseph was a babe in arms when he and his mother posed for renowned portrait painter Harold Harvey.
His wife, a portrait painter and calligrapher, creates the painted covers.
Jemma, who has a studio in Fulham, is the daughter of the equestrian and portrait painter Susan Crawford and at 28 is one of the youngest to paint the Queen in person.
The masterclass series ends on Monday, February 4, when Welsh broadcaster Roy Noble OBE, sits for portrait painter Ken Paine.
He HAD ambitions to be a portrait painter and attended the Glasgow School of Art.
Yet by the time he started making forgeries, in the 1920s, he was already a commercially successful portrait painter.