Long and thin….

I don’t paint an awful lot of landscape portraits, obviously! But I have a few this last few weeks. The springer and schnauzer portrait in the bluebells and Max’s portrait.

Max was a beautiful border collie and my client lost him this year. He wanted him immortalised in a paste portrait. He sent through two lovely reference photos. I love long and thin portraits/paintings as you may have guessed by my watercolour pieces, so to get to do some dog portraits like it is great.

Here you can see a quick snap of Max’s portrait. My client tins very pleased with it so far.

My client decided they wanted a plaque on the portrait but they asked too late. Instead I suggested they have it written on the actual portrait. This way if the frame needs replacing it won’t need the plaque replacing and it is always on the the portrait.

I can easily personalise any pet portrait with anything, just ask!