Presidential Portrait Artist Ron Sherr Added to Roster of Northeast Portraiture; Arts Firm Specializing in Commissioned Art by Modern Masters

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Renowned American portrait artist Ron Sherr to be represented by Portrait Arts Firm Northeast Portraiture. Mr. Sherr is a highly sought after portraitist known for his paintings of presidents, executives, and individuals. Mr. Sherr's historic dual portrait of both Bush Presidents hangs in the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum.

New York artist Ron Sherr, named by Town & Country Magazine as one of America’s top twelve (12) portrait artists, will be represented by Northeast Portraiture starting in November of 2005.

Sarah Beard Buckley, Director and founder of the Massachusetts based arts agency says, “Mr. Sherr is a highly sought after portrait artist whose impressive roster of work includes the official portrait of George Bush, Sr. and the more recent Father-Son portrait, a historic dual portrait depicting both Bush Presidents in one painting. We are thrilled to be representing Mr. Sherr’s work as we feel his experience and artistic merit closely match our continued involvement in promoting world class artists such as Daniel Greene, John Howard Sanden and Burton Silverman.”

Northeast Portraiture ( is an arts agency specializing in helping corporations, institutions and individuals commission museum quality portraits and sculptures. The company represents over 35 artists from across the U.S. and Canada.

“Our artists have made significant contributions in the realm of American art and portraiture. They are tenured and of a very high caliber.” says Buckley. “Their work can be found in many key public and private institutions in the United States and abroad including Harvard University, West Point, The National Portrait Gallery, The U.S. Supreme Court, and The White House".

For additional information on Mr. Sherr including a portfolio of his previous commissions, please contact Sarah Beard Buckley or visit:

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