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26th Annual International Portrait Competition

Finalists Announced!

Thank you to everyone who entered our 26th annual The International Portrait Competition and being part of a community that shares a passion for the portrait. There were a record number of 3,038 images submitted for consideration, making the selection of only 20 finalists a daunting task. After eight rounds of evaluation, and one round of in-person judging, we are pleased to announce the finalists for the 2024 International Portrait Competition! Congratulations to all! 

Laura Arenson December's Goodbye, 20.4 x 14.1", graphite and chalk on hand toned paper London, United Kingdom

Frances Bell End of Lockdown, 39.3x49.2", oil on canvas Wooler, Northumberland, United Kingdom

Kate Brockman Boy: Portrait of a Word, 42x9x9", bronze PA, United States

Scott Burdick Hypatia and the Tree of Knowledge, 60x40", oil NC, United States

Joseph Daily Edith P. Mitchell, MD, 38x47", oil NY, United States

Kerry Dunn Paper, Rock, Scissors, 48x48", oil PA, United States

Hiroshi Hayakawa Summer, 16x17.5", graphite on paper OH, United States

Jeff Hein My World, 60x48", oil on panel UT, United States

David Jamieson Writer's Block, 24x18", graphite, carbon black and white chalk on gray paper IL, United States

Jeffrey Larson King Hall, 60x52", oil on linen WI, United States

Kristina Laurendi Havens Halo, 10x8", oil on panel GA, United States

Sumanth Marda Ao, 36x48", charcoal on canvas Mumbai, India

Heather Personett Augustus Saint Gaudens, 24x 11x 10.5", cast hydrocal NY, United States

Mark Pugh Young Artist Sketching a Bird, 60x36", oil and graphite UT, United States

Timothy Rees Her Mother's Locket; Violet at age 3, 24x36", oil IA, United States

Mary Sauer Before I Understood This Place, 18x24", oil UT, United States

Daniel Sprick Jen Starling, 17x19", oil on panel CO, United States

Isabella Watling Daisy, 37.4x55", oil on canvas London, United Kingdom

Louise Weir Sima, 18x14x9.5", ceramic with oil paint Vancouver, British Columbia

Amy Werntz Ruby Mae, 23.75x16", oil TX, United States

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