Oil Paintings by Ginny Page
Ginny Page,
Internationally renowned realist oil painter

This website will give you insight into Ginny Page's style of painting.
Ginny Page originates from Lincolnshire, England. She started painting with water colours at the age of 10 in rural Lincolnshire were the first sources of inspiration arose.
Ginny Page studied at Lincoln College of Art and Design, and continued to paint and exhibited in Canada and England before she came to Denmark in 1986, were she resides today.
After moving to Denmark Ginny has worked solely in oil on canvas. Her style is realistic and elements are painted with intense observation and accuracy for the subject. The motifs are personal expressions generally illustrating beauty and fragility in combination.

Today Ginny has pronounced success with her own works and portraiture commissions both in Denmark and internationally.

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Highlights


  • ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ June 2018
    "Grand Prize Winner in The International Artist 2018"

    I am happy to annonce that The International Artist Magazine has choosen my portrait titled "All We Want Is Love" as the Grand Prize winner in the catagory "People and Figures Challenge 2018". Articles will come soon.

    Articles coming soon
  • ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ 2018
    "Portraiture"

    Please contact me if you are interested in commissioning a portrait. A personal portrait has a revival these years where the modern social medias show "portraits" of our selves every second or minute without really capture the person. A portraiture painted with oil on canvas, need time and in the process the interaction between the portrait-ed and the artist will uncover layers. A personal portrait is a treat that will last for ever and not disappear in the digital vortex. Please contact Ginny Page for more information.

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