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Andrew Tift

(1968-), Painter

Artist of 6 portraits
Andrew Tift studied at Stafford College of Art and the University of Central England. He has exhibited many times in the BP Portrait Award, winning the BP Travel Award in 1994, third prize in 1999 and first prize in 2006 for his triptych portrait of Kitty Garman, Lucian Freud’s first wife. He painted Tony Benn for the House of Commons in 1998. In 2001, Tift was commissioned by the Gallery to paint a double portrait of Neil and Glenys Kinnock.

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Eric Sykes, by Andrew Tift - NPG 6954

Eric Sykes

by Andrew Tift
charcoal, graphite, carbon and ink, 2011
NPG 6954

Ken Livingstone, by Andrew Tift - NPG 6983

Ken Livingstone

by Andrew Tift
acrylic on canvas, 2014
NPG 6983

Ken Livingstone, by Andrew Tift - NPG D43015

Ken Livingstone

by Andrew Tift
pen and ink, 6 January 2013
NPG D43015

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