Copies of Paintings

As well as portraits, I have been asked over the years to copy other paintings for a variety of reasons. Apart from a sale of the original, the reason is often because of a family connection or a great admiration for a particular painting; the examples shown below give some idea of the variety.

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Copy 1
The copy was painted on a fairly small scale (compared to the original by Hashimoto Kansetsu), for a client who had originally seen the artist's work in Japan.
Copy 2
This painting by Thomas Jones Barker depicts the Relief of Lucknow in 1857. It was copied for a client whose ancestor was present.


Copy 3
A client who had decided to sell the original painting (by Carmichael) asked to make the copy.