Emma Hill - Fine Artist
Emma Hanina Hill is a London based painter
Emma is a figurative artist living and working in London. She works primarily from life combining close observation with an intuitive response to both the sitter and her medium.
The artist's early art school training was rooted in painterly abstraction, elements of which carry through to her figurative work today. Art tutors whose influence and guidance she has cherished have included artists Clive King, Allan Ramsay, Ian Rowlands and Daniel Shadbolt.
Emma's work as a painter dovetails with her work as a writer and communications consultant. Following a career as a freelance journalist and as a beauty editor for women's magazines, she works with luxury and beauty brands on communication, words and design.
Emma paints from her home in west London. If you are interested in any of the works on the site or in commissioning a portrait, please get in touch for more information and prices.
Paintings listed are framed unless specified. Due to COVID-19 there is a delay, but please email if you would like to see examples of how the paintings are framed. Contact.
Finding The Light, 35 North Contemporary Fine Art, Brighton
Paintings, Holland Park Lawn Tennis Club, London
Botanical Paintings, Adam Street, London
Triptych, The Bakery Gallery, Portobello
Chelsea Art Society
1987 - 1988
Foundation Course in Art & Design,
1989 - 1993
BA Combined Honours French & Fine Art,
University of Exeter
1990 - 1991
3rd Year, Fine Art Degree (Painting),
Ecole des Beaux Arts, Aix-en-Provence
2010 - 2018
Heatherley's School of Art, various part time courses on portraiture and life drawing.