Alexandra Connor spent years studying the painting techniques of the Old Masters, visiting specialists and restorers to acquire the skills used since 15th Century. Applying this knowledge to her work she often uses an under painting of egg tempera to give added luminosity. On top of this she applies many layers of oil glazes to add depth and reality to her work. 


The late Pietro Annigoni was Alexandra's mentor. A quote from one of his letters has always inspired her: "It is incredible what you have achieved. Go ahead, and work hard!"


Aspreys, Bond Street

Season at RSC

Stephen Bartley Gallery, Chelsea

One woman show, Marina Henderson Gallery, Chelsea

One woman show at Richmond Gallery, Cork St, London.

2018 Invited to Kazakhstan. Three portraits now hanging in National Museum.

Portraits and figurative paintings are Alexandra’s specialty and are collected in UK, USA, Australia, Europe and Japan.

For enquiries on commissions or prices, please use the form on the contact page.

The Fisherman, painted from life.

Oil on canvas.

In 2018 I was invited to Kazakhstan, and the portraits below
are two of those now hanging in the National Collection.
Oil on canvas, life size.
Lara, the dancer
Pastel on Ingres paper
Brother and Sister
Pastel, sepia and sanguine pastels
on canvas
Ezra, the pug.
Oil on canvas
Where is the Third?
Allegorical painting, one of a series for an exhibition.
Oil on canvas.
The Youngest Bridesmaid
Oil on canvas
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