Bradley Stevens

An acclaimed realist painter, Bradley Stevens is recognized for his powerful and moving portraits, landscapes and cityscapes, which are in galleries and private and corporate collections throughout the U.S., including the Washington DC law firm, Williams & Connolly, who recently commissioned him to paint seven large canvases depicting Washington, DC.   Noted for his portrait of civil rights leader Vernon E. Jordan Jr., now hanging in the National Portrait Gallery, Stevens has painted portraits of Governor Mark Warner and the John D. Rockefeller, IV family, and his painting commemorating the Connecticut Compromise of 1787 is installed in the U.S. Capitol.  Besides painting subjects in and around Washington, Stevens takes regular painting excursions, most often to the American West and France.  He says, “All art is autobiographical in one form or another.  By sharing with the viewer my personal experiences, I hope to tap into the universal human condition that unites us all.”

Les Pains du Jour

oil on linen
24" x 30"
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