Portraits

Peter Gordon

Peter Gordon

Peter Gordon from the series "Faces of Guildford" Oil on canvas 45cmx35cm

Carly, NHS Hero

Carly, NHS Hero

Mark E Smith, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lancaster

Mark E Smith, Vice-Chancellor of the University of Lancaster

Alex Johnson

Alex Johnson

Sir Christopher Snowden, Vice-chancellor of the University of Southampton

Sir Christopher Snowden, Vice-chancellor of the University of Southampton

Malcolm & Vivienne

Malcolm & Vivienne

Dame Helen Alexander, Chancellor of the University of Southampton

Dame Helen Alexander, Chancellor of the University of Southampton

Neil

Neil

Richard Askew

Richard Askew

Gordon Bridger

Gordon Bridger

Gordon Bridger, Mayor of Guildford from 2003-2004, commissioned by his wife for his Birthday.

Adam

Adam

Steve

Steve

Kit

Kit

Richard and Saskia

Richard and Saskia

Bob Geldof

Bob Geldof

Adam

Adam

Sir Christopher Snowden

Sir Christopher Snowden

I was commissioned by the University of Surrey to produce this portrait of Sir Christopher Snowden to celebrate his retirement as Vice Chancellor after 10 years.

"Here I am"

"Here I am"

This is a portrait of my daughter, Jessica, at what I believe to be a most significant age - 16. The chair in the background used to belong to my great grandmother, representing Jessica's ancestry. The painting is a portrait of a child becoming a woman and creating her own identity, whilst knowing her ancestors will always be a part of who she becomes.

Theo Paphitis

Theo Paphitis

I was commissioned to paint the portrait of Theo Paphitis by some friends of mine who had known him since he was 18 years old. It was presented to him on his 50th birthday.

Belinda

Belinda

The portrait of Belinda was commissioned by her father after he saw my paintings at the Surrey Artists Open Studios. It was a present for Belinda's husband.

Lucas

Lucas

One of three child portraits as a present from a wife to her husband

Yohan

Yohan

This is a portrait of my nephew, a present for his 18th birthday. It was accepted into the 2015 Royal Society of Portrait Painters Exhibition.

Liz

Liz

I was asked to support The Portrait Gala at the National Portrait Gallery by donating a portrait. I decided to paint a very good friend of mine, Liz, a very strong, generous and spirited woman.

Hannah

Hannah

I was commissioned to paint Hannah and her sister Caitlin by her mother as a birthday present for her husband

Luke

Luke

Completing the trio is Luke, Caitlin and Hannah's bother!

Caitlin

Caitlin

I was commissioned to paint Caitlin and her sister Hannah by her mother as a birthday present for her husband

Olivier

Olivier

I wanted to represent the universal innocence of a 9 year old child - a child who has not yet been affected by the worries of life.

Jack

Jack

Jack's portrait was commissioned by his mother who wants me to paint her three children as each of them turn 21.

Martina

Martina

I painted a portrait of my friend, Martina, who has been an inspiration to me since the time I first met her over 10 years ago

Isabelle

Isabelle

One of three child portraits as a present from a wife to her husband

Sophia

Sophia

One of three child portraits as a present from a wife to her husband

"End of a Journey"

"End of a Journey"

In 2012 I decided to paint the portrait of my husband, Tony Scott. The festival that he had organised for 21 years, Guilfest, had just come to a close, and I wanted to capture his sadness, stress and frustration.

Portraiture is both time consuming and massively skilful. To be able to understand the personality of the sitter, Nathalie will need a minimum of 2-3 sittings from which she will work out a composition, do a few sketches and then start the painting. She is happy to travel to the sitter's home and can work from photographs. The paintings are oil on canvas.

 

Prices vary for each commission.  Please contact me for more information. 

 

These prices vary, depending on the size of the painting. If a complex setting is required it will add to the price to some extent..

 

Please do not hesitate to Contact Nathalie for clarification or to discuss a project.

BP Portrait Awards

Nathalie's work has regularly been exhibited as part of the BP Portrait Awards at the National Portrait Gallery.

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BP Portrait Award
Portrait Stages

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"End of a Journey"

In 2012 I decided to paint the portrait of my husband, Tony Scott. The festival that he had organised for 21 years, Guilfest, had just come to a close, and I wanted to capture his sadness, stress and frustration.