The Queen

Queen Elisabeth II portrait painting by Peter Engels. This is a tribute to The Queen, 70 years on the throne. Peter Engels painted the smiling Queen Elizabeth with pale blue accents. The sunlight shines through the tiny holes in her sun hat, casting beautiful light effects on her skin. In the background we see her crowned seal ER2 (Elisabeth Regina II). She waves her gloved hand. Of course Peter Engels also painted this portrait with the pallet knife. The artwork premiered at The Queen exhibition in Brussels.
Actress Nicole Kidman lived in Peter Engels neighborhood and he also painted her portrait with a similar sunlight effect. Peter Engels also created a sun hat painting of the French actress Brigitte Bardot. She wrote praised words to Peter Engels about the work of art.

Virgin boss Richard Branson sat ‘live’ for Peter Engels. The Prince of Monaco bought the Grace Kelly portrait. Peter Engels’ portrait of Nelson Mandela appeared in Times Square on his birthday. Karl Lagerfeld said that Peter Engels painted his soul.

ArtistPeter EngelsMediumAcrylic on canvasSize (W x H) 120 x 100 cm

Queen Elisabeth II portrait painting-Art by Peter Engels
Queen Elisabeth II portrait painting-Art by Peter Engels

Queen Elisabeth II portrait painting by Peter Engels. This is a tribute to The Queen, 70 years on the throne. Peter Engels painted the smiling Queen Elizabeth with pale blue accents. The sunlight shines through the tiny holes in her sun hat, casting beautiful light effects on her skin. In the background we see her crowned seal ER2 (Elisabeth Regina II). She waves her gloved hand. Of course Peter Engels also painted this portrait with the pallet knife. The artwork premiered at The Queen exhibition in Brussels.
Actress Nicole Kidman lived in Peter Engels neighborhood and he also painted her portrait with a similar sunlight effect (watch the Nicole Kidman portrait here). Peter Engels also created a sun hat painting of the French actress Brigitte Bardot (visit the Braigitte Bardot painting here). She wrote praised words to Peter Engels about the work of art.

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