TERENCE GILBERT

    Began his 'official' artistic training at Camberwell Art School, although his father's job at the National Gallery allowed him to gain further experience studying the techniques of the Old Masters. He began working in the competitive world of advertising  as a freelance illustrator, before deciding to devote himself entirely to fine art. Terence's range of work is remarkably varied and cityscapes comprise only one part of his oeuvre. He is extremely well-known and highly regarded for his equestrian portraits and his paintings on racing and sporting themes. Moreover, he has achieved international renown for his portraiture. His most significant commissions include a painting of HM The Queen and President Reagan riding in Windsor, which was presented to the President at The White House and a portrait of HM King Hussein of Jordan painted at Sandhurst. He has been commissioned by stars of films and stage, as well as painting many sporting heroes.
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