Robert Liberace

Robert Liberace is equally accomplished in drawing, painting, and sculpture. He works in a variety of mediums including pencil, charcoal, pen and ink, watercolor, and oil. In the February 2006 issue of The Artists’ Magazine Rob was selected as one of the top 20 artists under the age of forty.

Rob is known for his classic and distinctive style of figure drawing and painting. His work has been highlighted on the covers of American Artist magazine and The Artist’s Magazine. American Art Collector magazine published an article on his figure painting in their March 2010 issue.

In April of 2003 Robert received the Portrait Society of America’s Grand Prize Award in their annual International Portrait Competition. Robert has been commissioned to paint portraits for clients such as Marc Pachter, long-time Director of the National Portrait Gallery, George H. Bush, Senior, and Ambassador Sol Linowitz.

Robert received his B.F.A. and M.F.A. from George Washington University. He teaches at The Art League of Virginia and holds workshops throughout the United States and abroad. He also teaches classes for the American Portrait Society and American Artist magazine’s “Weekend with the Masters” workshops.

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