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DOG PORTRAITS - Click on Image to Enlarge

Dog Portrait of Patsy
Dog portrait of Lottie
Dog portrait of Grommit
     
Dog Portrait of Otto
Dog portrait of Islay
Dog portrait of Marli
     
Dog portrait of Dude
Dog portrait of Mulbury
   
Dog portrait of Monty & Basil
   
Dog portrait of Megan & Lucy
Dog portrait of Jeeves
   
Dog portrait of Gee Dogs
   

Dog Portraits are a wonderful way to remember valued family members. Aron Gadd is a dog portrait artist, with over 25 years experience. Producing highly detailed drawings of Dogs, especially Gundogs, which make up the majority of his work, but also family pets.


Aron produces his dog portraits in fine art coloured pencils. His palette consists of around 100 colours, and a finished drawing has greater depth and detail than pastel or watercolour but is not as heavy as an oil painting.


Commission a portrait of your Dog

Every effort is taken to ensure that your portrait is perfect, and is an exact study of your unique dog, and no other, with every hair in place! This takes a great deal of time and patience. Because of this, Aron has hundreds of satisfied clients. Many of which return years later for a portrait of the next generation of their dogs. Some client feedback is available to read on the Testimonials Page.

Your picture will be with you for many years to come, so it pays to ensure it is a fitting reminder of your dog.

Please click on the Artist button for more information about pet portraits. To see more examples of previous commissions, view the galleries by clicking one of the animal gallery buttons above.

Prices - 2017

Price includes:
Photo-shoot.
My travel expenses up to 50 miles from Andover.
Free picture CD containing the photos of your animal and extra digital image of your portrait.

ANIMAL & PET PORTRAITS

Notes on Sizes

All sizes are approximate but I try to ensure that the drawings are at least these dimensions.

Head sizes are measured in centimetres vertically from the top of the animal’s head to where the drawing fades out at the neck.  Around this is white space, so when the picture is framed the overall size would be much bigger than the size shown.

Whole body sizes are measured showing vertical measurement first and are measured from the top of the animal’s head to where the grass fades out at the base of the drawing.  Again, around this is white space, so when the picture is framed the overall size would be much bigger than the size shown.

A framing service is available on request.