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Emma Tooth  Cambridge, UK

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Emma Tooth (aka Emma Simcock-Tooth) is a fine art portrait painter in England. Born in Cambridge, now based in rural Derbyshire, she exhibits her breathtaking oil paintings all over the UK and abroad, sells originals and accepts commissions.

Her latest project, funded by The Arts Council England, is entitled Concilium Plebis – a series of Extraordinary Oil Paintings of Ordinary People.


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Vladimir dolg

07.16.2010 @ 9:56 PM

classic is present

K. niles

07.15.2010 @ 9:28 PM

Emma,
I am mesmerized by your work. Your paintings have that very special something that keeps drawing me back.

Sherry a, ind

07.15.2010 @ 6:20 PM

Emma-

FANTASTIC WORK!!! You rock, gal.....

:>)

David taber

07.15.2010 @ 4:19 PM

Outstanding. She shows the deep sadness, the maybe hidden hurts, of people. If the second painting was meant to be a pieta, it works.

13bluerust

07.15.2010 @ 3:15 PM

Nice modern vision on classical subject matter. I can really appreciate your vision.

Casey shannon

07.15.2010 @ 2:58 PM

Lots of emotion shown in these paintings. In content and by the artist.

Rosemary bays

07.15.2010 @ 12:20 PM

The man on the steps painting blows me away!! The emotions he seems to be feeling and thinking jumps out at you. Makes you want to reach out and stroke his face-let him know things will be alright!! I agree with the last comment-you have touched my soul also, and I'm sure many more!! What a gift!!

Sumo

07.15.2010 @ 11:34 AM

Interesting takes on Michelangelo's Pieta and thinker... however i could do without the tribal tattoos, it is dating the pieces and boxes the painting into a specific time in modern culture instead of letting you think of this piece as existing at any moment in time.

Meron zekaria

07.15.2010 @ 11:18 AM

Emma's painting are really breathtaking, beside the value it preserves the continuation of realism

Nicki carter

07.15.2010 @ 10:53 AM

Beautiful work. I always love seeing your work it's the best out there. I'm an artist that looks up to the caliber of your work and hope to see yourself and your work in person someday.

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