Richard Brazier is a figurative artist who is currently based in London. After graduating with honours in 1996 from The Rhode Island School of Design in the United States he returned to London and began working from his studio in Battersea where spends his time either working on a variety of commissioned portraits or other figurative works.
He has exhibited in The National Portrait Gallery on several occasions, the Society of Portraits Painters as well being a finalist at the The Daily Mail's Not The Turner Prize Awards.
He has painted a varied selection of distinguished sitters and has travelled to both Europe & New York to undertake specific commissions. Most paintings are oil on canvas though works in various media if specifically requested to.
Richard recently won the Arts Club prize at the 2008 Royal Society of Portrait Painters Exhibition.
He also appeared on the BBC1 Programme Star Portraits hosted by Rolf Harris where he painted the portrait of the actor Richard Wilson. Not mention featured at a painting in the National Portrait Gallery as part of the BP Portrait Awards 2007.
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