Welcome to our Working Cocker Spaniel Portrait. It is traditionally hand painted in oils by professional artists Nicholas Beall. He accepts portraits from all over the world. If you are interested in commissioning a Working Cocker Spaniel Portrait for yourself or a gift for a friend or family, please do get in touch.Let us know your ideas for a portrait and email us your favourite photos and we can chat about your ideas. Take a look at our dog portrait prices page for pricing and sizing information too. We hope you enjoy viewing our page about Ella the Working Cocker Spaniel and don’t forget to share our page on your favourite social media using the buttons below.
All of our clients can see the progress of their oil painting develop over the weeks while its being painted. I take photos of Nicholas painting at his easel here in our studio and email them to clients for them to view. I also add them weekly on our Art Studio Blog which you may like to follow. You can see some of the stages of Ellas oil painting below
We love to see a variety of photos of your Working Cocker Spaniel so that Nicholas can see them in detail. He only has photos to go by and the more you can send us the better. He works from one main photo for the pose so let us know which your favourite photo is. He can only work with high quality, sharp photos so take a look at our photography tips and tricks page so you can see the kind of photos we need to work from. We have added three photos of Ella the Working Cocker Spaniel below.
Jane Nutman, UK contacted our studio in 2012 to enquire about our working cocker spaniel pet portraits. Nicholas has painted many working cocker spaniels, being one of his all time favourite breeds to paint. Jane and her children were thrilled that Nicholas could paint their dog Ella and they all wanted it to be a big surprise Jane's husband on his birthday. Bruce knew nothing about the painting and it was all very hush hush, the children were sworn to secrecy which they were thrilled about! They all took lots of lovely photos of Ella out in the fields, with the wind blowing her lovely ears. The family decided a 10 x 10 size portrait would be a superb size to portray Ella at and they had a particular place in their home they wanted to display the oil painting when it was complete. If you look above, you can see photos of the oil paintings stages, a final scan of the oil portrait along with the reference photos Nicholas used.
Jane and her children telephoned us as soon as they had received the portrait to thank us in person. They were thrilled and couldn’t wait to give the painting to Bruce for his birthday.
We would love to hear from you if you are looking to have your Working Cocker Spaniel portrayed in oils. Email us your photos and requirements for a painting and we will be in touch with some ideas for you. Email us from our dog portraits contact page and drop us a line today.
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