Portrait Painting – A Traditional Demand of Modern Days

If you can recall, in a traditional form of portrait art, our ancestors stand/sit and pose for a long hours just to have an excellent portrait painting. The painters had to get their image as accurately as possible. Indeed, the process was definitely difficult and tiresome, but the end artwork was considered as a special.

Nowadays, because of the development of photography, availing of your personal portrait painting is more convenient and time saving. This is the twist for a better change.

Why portrait painting is still in demand?

Convenience to both Artist and Costumer

The modern process of portrait painting is far different from the traditional one. You are not required to pose for long hours just to have the perfect portrait painting. Just upload your favorite photograph and let the artist do the task. The concept is very convenient, and the result is outstanding …….a modern approach but with traditional end result.


The Life Longevity of A Portrait Painting Is Evident

As far as life longevity is concerned, the life of an ordinary photograph could be at the most ten years but you can still notice the fading prints. On the other hand, because portrait painting is made of high quality materials, there’s an assurance that you could hand down the masterpiece to the future generation.


The Creativity in the Artwork

An artist incorporates visualization, imagination and thought regarding to any subject he is working with and incorporates additional technique to get a perfect art piece. Hence turning an ordinary photograph to a more stunning and elegant portrait.


Preservation of Memorable Moments

A portrait painting is not just a piece of wall decor but it also preserves the memories of the past. You are able to see and recall the moments of your life with tears, joy and smile.

Family Portrait




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