Lot 315 - Stephen Earl Rogers - Life Drawing Class x4
Lot 315 - Stephen Earl Rogers - Life Drawing Class x4
Lot 315 - Stephen Earl Rogers - Life Drawing Class x4

Lot 315 - Stephen Earl Rogers - Life Drawing Class x4

Pencil on Paper

2022

A6 (10x15cm) Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

ARTIST INFO

 

About  

 

Stephen Earl Rogers is an artist whose work is held in collections across the world. He is a highly sought-after portrait painter whose clients include major, international art collectors, public institutions, private individuals and families.  
Working mainly in oils, he creates striking contemporary portraits through a highly collaborative process. His work brings together a deep understanding of the traditions of portraiture with a very broad range of cultural references. His clients are drawn to a vivid sense of character and atmosphere and the clarity of colour and light present in all his paintings. In addition to his portrait work he creates paintings, in series, based around a common theme; these include 'What To Do In An Emergency' and the ongoing 'Stirchley Twitcher'. 
 

Education  

 

BA Hons Fine Art University of Derby. 

 

Select Exhibitions/Awards  

 

RA Summer Show 2022; 'What to do in an Emergency', Ikon Gallery 2011; BP Portrait Award 2016/09/07/06/05/04/02/01; Sunday Times Watercolour Competition 2017; ‘Walls have Ears’ 400 years of Change, Arts Council Collection, Aston Hall, Birmingham 2018. 

 

Gallery Representation  

 

Fine Art Commissions, Quantum Contemporary Art, Colley Ison gallery 

 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork    

 

I run a weekly life drawing class and thought it would make for an interesting image if I combined a drawing of my own with that of three of my students. The viewer can form their own view as to who, tutor or student, is responsible for the different drawings.

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