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Tin Odescalchi

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Young Woman

Young Woman
The Rose Children

The Rose Children
Portrait of a Woman

Portrait of a Woman
Portrait of a Man

Portrait of a Man
Man In Pink Shirt

Man In Pink Shirt
Mother and Child

Mother and Child
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Portfolio for Tin Odescalchi - Commissionaportrait

Tin Odescalchi returned to England from the US in 1994, where the focus of her work shifted to landscapes, portraits and urban scenes. Trained in England and Vienna, Tin began her career as an equestrian artist, painting portraits of race and event horses. She has had solo exhibitions in Hong Kong, Edinburgh, Chicago and London and completed many notable private commissions.
Education   Gloucestershire College of Art  
Akademie der Bildenden Kunst, Vienna under Professor Rudolph Hauser
Selected Commissions   Countess Carnarvan, hanging in Highclear Castle, 2006  
Lord and Lady Teynham  
Princess Katarina of Yugoslavia  
Lady Louisa Guinness  
Rupert Uloth  
Colonel Thomas Ogilvie-Graham  
Sir John Treacher  
Juliette Hohnen  
Mrs Andre Hoffman
Group Exhibitions   2000 – Anna-Mei Chadwick Gallery, London  
1999 – Thompson’s Gallery, London  
1999 – Anderson Gallery, Gloucestershire  
1998 – Air Gallery, London  
1998 – Broadway, Gloucestershire  
1996 – Art in the Countryside, Gloucestershire  
1993 – Osborne Studio Gallery, London  
1993 – Household Cavalry, London  
1993 – Artists in Advertising, IPA, London  
1992 – Art for Youth, Mall Galleries, London  
1990 – The Cartier Polo Exhibition, London  
1986 – Equestrian Exhibition, Gloucestershire
Solo Exhibitions   2006 - Josie Eastwood Fine Art  
1999 – Ainscough Gallery, London  
1998 – Anna-Mei Chadwick, London  
1998 – RAMC, London  
1996 – Beacon Gallery, Chicago, USA  
1994 – Quo Quo, Hong Kong  
1992 – Gallery 291, South Carolina, USA  
1992 – Polo Paintings, London  
1991 – Randolph Crescent Gallery, London
Artist's Statement   “There is a new trend emerging, people are beginning to commission figure studies, usually of women, occasionally commissioned by themselves. Rather than hiding, women nowadays wish to celebrate their bodies. As a means of recording for posterity, people feel photography is too crude and graphic, but find an informal painting of themselves much more evocative. In addition, there has been a revival of the renaissance tradition of nudes, and it is now fashionable to have a modern nude hanging in the home. A figure study is ideal for those who want to be more ‘risky’ and less conventional in their commissions. They can have a nude hanging on their wall and only the subject of the painting need know who it is.”

Statement      “A sitter may feel embarrassed at the onset of a figure study, but this is very short-lived once the sitter realises I am ‘breaking them down’ into blocks and daubs of colour. Although it is an impersonal process on the one hand, I also like to involve my subjects in the painting from the start. I prefer that the sitter come to my studio where I usually require five to seven three-hour sittings, after the first hour the sitter is encouraged to view the painting and make their comments and views felt. They are involved throughout the process which makes for an enjoyable experience.  
The artist requires approximately five to seven three-hour sittings. The commission does not come framed and I prefer to leave this process to be arranged by the sitter.”


Travel nationally    Yes
Travel internationally    Yes
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Portrait Format:
  Head and Shoulders   From £ 2000    $3000
Half LengthFrom £ 3000 $4500
3/4 LengthFrom £ 3500 $5000
Full LengthFrom £ 4000 $6000
Double PortraitFrom £ 3000 $4500
Group PortraitFrom £ 4000 $6000
The Prices quoted are for the standard mediums of oil on canvas and bronze
(in the case of sculpture).
For other media, prices may vary, please enquire directly with us for more specific quotes.
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