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John Patrick Campbell

 (born 1975)
John Patrick Campbell is active/lives in District Of Columbia, Louisiana.  John Campbell is known for miniatures/nudes, still life, landscape.

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John Patrick Campbell is a Washington D.C.based realistic artist who, for the past six years, has been working with the artist Frank Wright, his former professor at the George Washington University. Born and reared in New Orleans, he attended the George Washington University after winning a Presidential Scholarship in Fine Arts in 1993. After a month's sojourn of painting in Corfu, Greece, following his junior year, he realized that he was destined to be an artist who would dedicate his life to painting.

Coinciding with the beginning of his work in Frank Wright's studio in 1996, was the monumental Vermeer show at the National Gallery of Art. Because the Gallery was only two blocks away from Wright's studio, he was able to see the sh   ...  Displaying 750 of 3221 characters.

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