The images are frustratingly small and inconveniently presented, but the variety of approach among the exhibitors in the BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery in London is wonderful.
You can always take the artist’s names to Google to search for more of their work.
The exhibition is on view to 18 September, 2011 at the National Portrait Gallery, London.
(Images above: Tim Okamura, Agita Keiri, Wlm Heldena, Alan Coulson, Istvan Nyari, Louise Pragnell, Joe Simpson, Raoof Haghighi, Nathan Ford, JJ (Jeremy) Delvine, Shona Chew, Barbara Skingle, Cayetano de Arquer Buigas, Daniel van Doom, Jan Mikula)
[Suggestion courtesy of Daniel van Benthuysen]
8 Replies to “BP Portrait Award 2011, NPG, London”
Love this website. Keep it up.
Wow. What a wonderful exhibit. Thank you for posting these. I explored the related website and found many more beautiful portraits to admire. My favorite is Okamura’s painting “Little Sister.”
Wonderful paintings, but my favourite is the unfinished one with the old man, it’s the most expressive one :)
This poiet images are very natural and beautiful.
Sorry, but my nane is ISTVAN NYARI not how you wrote in the article.
please change it,
thanks Istvan Nyari
Sorry, Istvan. Corrected.
Gorgeous and intimate portraits, all of them. And I’ve been blown away by the painting of the model looking at her abstract portrait! Who is that artist?
Cayetano de Arquer Buigas
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