THE PORTRAIT PROCESS

To hail business or professional achievements—or to create a precious heirloom—a fine art portrait commission ranks as the ultimate status symbol. Many of those we have admired have not been lost forever, rather preserved for future generations in portraits. As new leaders and family traditions are born, the desire for a traditional oil portrait has returned. In our technology dominated world, there is still room for a fine oil painting with you as the subject. Let us match you with the fine oil painting artist who will make you a star of your own portrait!

President George Washington sitting for his fine art portrait.

Why commission a fine art portrait?

  1. To honor a retiring CEO/President

  2. To commemorate a deceased executive

  3. To honor a dean or department chair stepping down

  4. To recognize generous donors

  5. To mark a Bar/Bat Mitzvah or Holy Communion

  6. To remember precious young children, before they lose their teeth

  7. To celebrate an important birthday

  8. To celebrate marriage or, even, divorce

  9. To celebrate a newly merged family or company

  10. To mark an anniversary

  11. As a memorial for a family member

  12. Or just because …

Gilbert Stuart Painting George Washington, 1858
ARTIST: Carl Hermann Schmolze

ESTABLISH

A LEGACY

START A TRADITION

BUILD A HISTORY

Willow Glen, San Jose, California           kspiro@primarily-portraits.com            215.432.5476

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