Edward Little is a professional artist and expert oil painter, an Associate Living Master of ARC, and a member of the Portrait Society and Oil Painters of America. He obtained his undergraduate degree in Editorial and Information Design in 1983, graduating summa cum laude from the prestigious Ravensbourne College of Art in London. In 1984, he began freelancing as a designer and illustrator in New York City for clients such as Scholastic, Ogilvy & Mather, Grey Advertising and Young and Rubicam. He obtained representation in the Tri-state area as well as in California building a successful business serving clients in the corporate advertising and publishing worlds.
In 1996, he began accepting commissions for the creation of trompe l’oeil effects and mural painting while also completing numerous private and corporate portrait commissions. Currently, Edward creates paintings on commission and for sale in galleries in Connecticut, New York, and Massachusetts. In 2003, he began teaching undergraduate and graduate students Drawing, Figure Drawing, Painting, Illustration and Art History at Western Connecticut State University. He obtained his MFA in Figurative painting at the Academy of Art University, San Francisco in 2011. Edward paints and instructs in his studio in Litchfield county, inspired by a multitude of artists that include Alma-Tadema, Bouguereau, Collins, Greene, Pino, Lipking, Monet, Sargent and Schmidt.
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