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Corporate Portraits

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Companies Fine Art Commissions has had the pleasure of working with

cheam logo
kelbe collage logo
royal navy logo
royal company of archers logo
royal mail logo
kelling designs logo
the jockey club logo
in this sign conquer logo
ss logo
gordonstoun logo
national portrait gallery logo
christ's hospital logo
ER II logo
the society of merchant venturers logo
horn logo
metropolitan police logo
waverton logo
JO hambro logo
the baltic exchange logo
grocer's hall logo
eton college logo
royal collection trust logo
ich dien logo
beaumont nathan logo
the kennel club logo
institution of civil engineers logo
greenwich hospital logo
worcester college logo
  • I was delighted by the portrait of our founding Principal. It really captured his pride in his school and the much–admired portrait is a wonderful reminder of his time as Headteacher.

    Anthony Williams, Chair of Governors Walworth Academy

  • You have done very well to communicate some of the less obvious features of Bryan’s ‘way’ and particularly what I see as his character…the unstraight collar is a wonderfully authentic reflection… this is a great compliment to the subject and artist.

    Simon Reid, Headmaster of Gordonstoun

  • We love the portrait…The whole process has been so enjoyable and easy and we have you all to thank for that.

    Amy Dawson, Sunningdale School


Corporate Portraits

Selecting a portrait painter is a difficult task and one that raises a myriad of questions: how do I find one? What will it cost? How do I assess suitability? How long will it take? Fine Art Commissions are able to answer these and many other questions besides, and to do so at no extra cost for the ‘customer’. Their advice, service, personal touch and management of the process leading to the selection of an artist to undertake a commission of three different portraits could not be faulted and we have been delighted with the outcome.

Richard Morris, The Society of Merchant Venturers


Corporate Portraits

Thank you for introducing us to Rosalie Watkins. Her portrait of Canon Brain Mountford, commissioned by University Church for his retirement, captures both the confidence and informality of Brian's character. Rosalie was a delight to work with and Fine Art Commissions were extremely helpful and professional in managing the whole process.

The Revd Alan Ramsey, Associate Priest, University Church, Oxford


Corporate Portraits

The University benefitted greatly from the services of 'Fine Art Commissions' helping us to carefully select just the right artist. The commissions were particularly important to the university, beginning, as they did, our collection of oil paintings which form a permanent record of our history. The process of matching subject to artist was handled very professionally and this ensured that each had real empathy. The results are magnificent and hang in the university's Senate House main entrance for all to admire.

Professor Holmes, University of Bolton


Corporate Portraits

The portrait for the University I approached with trepidation, as I thought it would be both a personal and public experience and I needed persuasion to ‘go on canvas’. I felt it would be personal, because it reaches inside you, and public because it will be seen by people who have, and have not, met you. Fine Art Commissions, together with the artist, gave me the necessary re-assurance and confidence to go ahead. The result fully justified the confidence I’d placed in them.

John Standen, University of Hull


Corporate Portraits

The University would recommend both the commissioning service and the artists unreservedly to others looking for fine works of art to grace their collections and to treasure. The University will certainly be using the services again and again over the coming years to record our evolution and history properly for posterity.

Professor Holmes, University of Bolton

The University of Bolton came to Fine Art Commissions wanting a portrait of retired Chancellor, Baroness Morris of Bolton. We helped to choose the artist, assisted with framing and made sure that the painting was completed in time for the unveiling. The University was delighted with the framed portrait.

Corporate Portraits
Fine Art Commissions was approached by the Jockey Club to suggest suitable artists to paint HM Queen Elizabeth II and we successfully put forward the artist chosen to paint this portrait. The painting hangs in the historic Jockey Club rooms as part of its impressive art collection and depicts the Queen with Estimate, her mare that won the Ascot Gold Cup.

Nick Bashall painting the headmaster at Cheam