Crystalise your vision of the ultimate version of You.

Commission a premier bespoke portrait today.

Future You will thank you.

So will future generations.

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ESTABLISH YOUR LEGACY NOW

Commissioning a premier bespoke portrait from the Gentleman Artist is a simple and easy process.

1. Contact Mr. Robbins' agent, Mr. A. Joseph Galli IV at +12182350110 to discuss your commission.

2. Allow us to join with you in developing a vision for your portrait.

3. Enjoy the benefits of a powerful personal avatar, a dominant professional image, and a family heirloom which will last for generations to come.

N.B. Commissions are limited to ten per year, allowing us to dedicate unparalleled attention and service to each client.

 

Portrait commissions also make hugely impactful gifts, one that could finally sway that coveted client, investor or donor in your direction.

HOW ELSE MAY WE SERVE YOU?

We are not only dedicated to creating an inspiring image of you.

We are also dedicated to delivering an unmatched service experience.

The Gentleman Artist Studio brings to the world of bespoke fine art the same kind of experience one has come to expect from such companies as Rolls Royce and Tiffany & Co. We want your interaction with us to be extraordinary in every possible way. Click the button below to explore the full range of options, and feel free to enquire about anything else you may fancy.

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OUR PROCESS

Commissioning a bespoke portrait is a special opportunity, with a host of options to choose from. If you already have a photograph from which you'd like your portrait to be painted, that is wonderful. If not, in order to assist you in developing your vision, we have prepared a questionnaire which covers the various considerations. We will go through it with you when you contact us about a commission.

 

The Gentleman Artist employs the same indirect painting process used by many of the old masters. Called 'indirect' because some areas of the painting, such as faces, are built up in progressive layers. Thus, seeing a portrait mid-process can be confusing or distracting for some viewers. Please feel free to review the gallery below to familiarise yourself with this process, so that you may enjoy seeing the development of your own portrait commission all the more.

Find the answers to frequently asked questions below.