Nicky Philipps, Portrait Painter, Represented by Fine Art Commissions, St. James's, London

nicky philipps works on display at Fine Art Commissions' Royal Portraits exhibition

Royal Portraits Exhibition Featured in the Press

Nicky is thrilled that the Royal Portraits exhibition, in which three of her works are being exhibited, has received so much press coverage. The Fine Art Commissions exhibition has been featured in Tatler, Antique Trade Gazette, Country Life, Newsweek, as well as interviews with Nicky herself on Sky News, BBC America, and Good Morning America, amongst others.

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Nicky Philipps portrait of TRH’s Princes William and Harry near Melbourne Nicky Philipps portrait of TRH’s Princes William and Harry in Bendigo

Nicky was delighted to be sent this image of her portrait of TRH’s Princes William and Harry featured on a motorway bridge near Melbourne. She was particularly thrilled as her grandmother, Rose Osborne, was born and brought up at Currandooley near Bungendore, New South Wales. Nicky spent nine happy months with her Australian cousins in 1985. Artistically she was inspired by Arthur Streeton and Tom Roberts.


Nicky Philipps paints Her Majesty the Queen for third time

New portrait goes on display at the Palace of Holyroodhouse

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HM The Queen portrait

As featured in Country Life,
14th November 2018

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The sketches are part of Prince Charles’ private collection and were painted by Nicky in preparation for her portrait of the two princes in 2009, which now hangs at the National Portrait Gallery.

nicky philipps portrait of princes william and harry

Prince William, Duke of Cambridge; Prince Harry
Nicky Philipps, oil on canvas, 2009
© National Portrait Gallery, London


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Ann Barbier Mueller portrait
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Nicky Philipps on BBC art series Fake or Fortune

Watch Nicky Philipps, Fiona Bruce and international art dealer Philip Mould investigate whether a painting that hangs in Picton Castle, Nicky’s ancestral home in Pembrokeshire, is really painted by celebrated impressionist Pierre Auguste Renoir.

> Watch on iPlayer


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unveiling of Nicky Philipps' portrait of Simon Weston

nicky philipps' portrait of simon weston at the national portrait gallery

Nicky's portrait of Simon Weston, commissioned jointly by the NPG and BBC for their project the 'People's Portrait', was unveiled at the Gallery on Thursday 20th March. Here they are with presenter Fiona Bruce, who is fronting the one hour programme which documents the commission from start to finish. The programme is due to air on BBC 1 on Sunday 13th April.

The One Show documented the unveiling of the portrait in a fantastic piece on Thursday 20th March, if you missed it you can catch it on iPlayer by clicking the following link, 21m 40s in:

> Portrait unveiling on iPlayer


nicky philipps picton bowl still life auction

Picton Bowl

auction of Still Life in aid of Picton Castle Trust, Pembrokeshire

This Still Life was successfully auctioned in aid of the Picton Castle Art Group based at Picton Castle (www.pictoncastle.co.uk). For information on the new art group please follow the link:

> www.pictoncastleartgroup.com


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Nicky Philipps on BBC Radio 4 Today, 11th February, 2015

Listen to Nicky Philipps and Richard Ormand, curator of Sargent: Portraits of Artists and Friends discuss the importance of Sargent and what makes him stand out from his contemporaries at http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b051s31n. Discussion begins 02:04:20.

John Singer Sargent (1856-1925) was undoubtedly one of the greatest portrait painter of his generation. Acclaimed on both sides of the Atlantic, he was closely connected to many of the other leading artists, writers, actors and musicians of his time. This major exhibition of over seventy portraits spans Sargent's time in London, Paris and Boston as well as his travels in the Italian and English countryside.


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