World Renowned Portrait Artist
to the Gary George website. You are invited to browse through these
"website galleries" which shows images of his paintings and prints.
his professional art career starting in 1970 as a portrait painter,
his paintings and prints have been collected for over four decades.
This website shows some of his prints that are on exhibit and for
sale. They include limited edition lithographs and serigraphs and
giclee reproductions of his paintings. Oil paintings are also
available. Commissioned portraits and other artwork are most welcomed.
Artwork of Gary George
collectors of Gary George's paintings and prints are continually
delighted by his variety of subjects and the manner in which he
paints them. Whether painting a stately executive portrait, an
endless vista of wooded mountains, or a sensuous female figure
walking the beach, he proves over and over again that he is an
innovative contemporary master.
career started in 1970 drawing and painting portraits from life and
painting scenes "en plein air". Since his subjects had to
sit for their portraits, he perfected "alla prima"
techniques in oil and pastels. As his talents became known he was
commissioned by many members of society and big business. He painted
the Vanderbuilts and the Gettys. In the 1980's he painted Pope John
Paul II and President Ronald Reagan. Armand Hammer and His Majesty
King Hassan II added Gary's artwork to their collections. Hundreds of
portraits have been commissioed from him over the years.
galleries and publishers have played important roles in the sales and
distribution of paintings and prints. Ben Seger Fine Arts has
published many limited edition lithographs of Gary's paintings.
Graphic Impressions Group has published eight editions of serigraphs.
Fine Art Wholesalers are world-wide distributors and publishes
giclees of his figurative artwork. Frontline Graphics publish and
sale unlimited editions from his paintings.
The Cancer Treatment Centers bought over a dozen of his paintings at
New York's Art Expo in 1990 it marked the beginnings of corporations
collecting his work. Museums that own his art include the Fine Art
Museum of New Zealand, the Schacknow Museum of Fine Art in
Plantation, FL, Rollins College, The Universty of Florida, and others.