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BIOGRAPHY

"Rothman and Hemingway share an exhibition room and illustrate the quality of portraiture that Wayne believes connects these artists to Modigliani. It's the stylization, the way the artist's voice combines with the sitter's likeness to create not just a portrait, but a work of art."

Mary Gregory:  Newsday 23 August 2023

Amy Tiffany Hemingway is a portrait painter and illustrator. She graduated with a Master of Arts in Theology from the University of Oxford, while attending drawing classes at the Ruskin School of Art. She practiced drawing professionally for ten years in the UK and France as an Archaeological Illustrator.

 

She supports African Wild Dogs through her drawings and paintings of this rare species. Sharing a common ancestor with Ernest Hemingway, Amy's middle name comes from her great-grandmother Mary Tiffany, descended from the same line of Huguenot Tiffanies who became creators of glass and jewellery in the US.

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BORN

 

1979, Oxford

 

EDUCATION

1998-2001 – University of Oxford, Masters in Theology 
1998-1999 – Drawing at Ruskin School of Art, Univ of Oxford
1999-2000 – Training in Archaeological Illustration, Kent

2000-2001 – Illustrator Apprentice, Cotswold Archaeology

2001-2010 – Illustrator, Oxford Archaeology, UK & France

UPCOMING SHOWS

2-19 May 2024  – Haider & His Friends
Charles X Pavilion
Perraudière Park
37540 Saint-Cyr-sur-Loire, France

SELECTED GROUP SHOWS

22 July-5 November 2023 – Modigliani & the Modern PortraitNassau County Museum of Art, New York

VIEW PRESS ARTICLE

7-16 April 2023 – Chaiya Art Awards (selected)
London's Southbank, UK

2012 – Dazed and Refused, The Arch Gallery, London
 

2007 – The Oxford Open, Modern Art Oxford, Oxford

SELECTED SOLO SHOWS

2015 – Visions II, CVD East London, South Africa
 

2014 – Shamanic Dreams, HA Gallery, Oxfordshire
 

2014 – Visions I, I ❤️ My Laundry, Cape Town, South Africa
 

2014 – Six-Petalled, Ann Bryant Art Gallery, South Africa
 

2008 – Moody Rouge, Aart Ltd, The Jam Factory, Oxford
 

2007 – Landscapes: Human & Divine, Univ of Oxford, UK

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