David Griffiths: Portraits
David Griffiths: Portraits
David Griffiths: Portraits
David Griffiths: Portraits
David Griffiths: Portraits
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David Griffiths: Portraits

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Hardback | 192 pages | 245 x 245mm
Publication August 2024 | ISBN 9781802586732

Content:
• An introduction provides context to the life and work of portrait artist David Griffiths. Covering 50 years of work and study, each portrait is accompanied by a short piece detailing the story behind the picture.

Among the well-known portrait subjects featured are H.R.H. The Prince of Wales (now King Charles III); William Farish, former U.S. Ambassador to the U.K.; Lord Tonypandy as Speaker of the House of Commons; Lord Bernard Weatherill as Speaker of The House of Commons; Rt. Hon. Lord Callaghan, former Prime Minister of the U.K.; Lord Elwyn Jones, former Lord Chancellor; Lord Cledwyn of Penrhos; The Most Reverend Dr Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury; The Most Reverend Dr. Barry Morgan, Archbishop of Wales; Rt. Hon. Lord Hailsham; Archdruid James Nicholas; Archdruid Sir Cynan Jones; Bryn Terfel; Sir Geraint Evans; Barry John and Sian Phillips.

About the author:

After graduating from The Slade School of Fine Art, David Griffiths soon established himself as one of the nation’s foremost portrait painters. His subjects have included many of the most eminent figures in contemporary society: royalty, ambassadors, archbishops and distinguished members of the government, industry, medicine and academic and legal professions. David is based in Cardiff.