Self Portrait of Artist Paul Oxborough

Paul Oxborough

Fine Art Portrait Painter

Artist Paul Oxborough is a world-renown oil portrait artist. For instance, his subjects range from casual interiors to portraits including the official portrait of Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton. Additionally both the Scottish & British National Portrait Galleries  have exhibited his works numerous times. His portrait of Chuck Close  won a competition at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery.

I’ve just started shooting for Paul Oxborough. “Social distancing” is moving the art world online, therefore Paul had to to look for high quality artwork photography for his incredible paintings. I’m especially grateful that his friend Joe Paquet referred him to me.

Follow Paul on Instagram • See his works at Cavalier Galleries

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I’ve photographed many more paintings for Paul, these are just some of the more recent paintings.

Paul Oxborough Bio

Paul G. Oxborough was born in Minnesota in 1965. He began his studies at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design. Then he entered a four-year apprenticeship at the Atelier Lesueur.

Paul has since amassed numerous accolades and received international acclaim for his one-man exhibitions in both New York and London.

He was included in the BP Award Exhibition on three separate occasions in 2005, 2007 and 2009.

Paul’s extraordinary portrait of great American contemporary artist, Chuck Close exhibited in many galleries. Including the National Portrait Gallery in London, The Sunderland Museum and Winter Gardens in Sunderland and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh.

He was also selected for the inaugural Outwin Boochever Exhibition in 2006, at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Portrait Gallery in Washington, DC.

Other impressive achievements have been winning “Best in Show” from the International Art Renewal Center Competition. As well as being awarded “Grand Prize” from the American Society of Portrait Artists.