Noah Patrick Pfarr – Portrait of Tilda Swinton

In my downtime recently I’ve taken it upon myself to work on some portraits to flesh-out that part of my portfolio.  Admittedly, I rarely do portraits.  I think I’ve always lacked the confidence in my ability to create a recognizable likeness, but I’m going to have to get over that.  I took a quick internet poll, and the suggestion made by the amazingly talented illustrator Kali Ciesemier took the palm.  So here is my first of a series I will be completing.

This is also a subtle homage to one of my favorite portrait paintings by Leonardo daVinci  “Lady with an Ermine”

I give you the enchanting beauty of Tilda Swinton:

2 thoughts on “Noah Patrick Pfarr – Portrait of Tilda Swinton

  1. Brilliant! I love your firm yet delicate line. You have a confident, very individual “look” to your work. It doesn’t look like anyone else’s. You really captured Tilda’s likeness, with a clever twist! And yes, Kali Ciesemier is amazing, is she not? :)

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