Daniel Sequeira

2018

Daniel Sequeria Explorers I
Daniel Sequeria The explorers II
Daniel Sequeria Explorers III
‘Explorers I’
2018, oil on panel
70 x 50cm
‘Explorers II’
2018, oil on panel
70 x 50cm
‘Explorers III’
2018, oil on panel
70 x 50cm
Daniel Sequeria Jack Knife
Daniel Sequeria Gabriel
Daniel Sequeria Lady I
‘Jack Knife’
2018, oil on panel
100 x 70cm
‘Gabriel’
2018, oil on panel
70 x 50cm
‘Lady I’
2018, oil on panel
35.5 x 28cm
Daniel Sequeria Hockey Chop III study
Daniel Sequeria study for Fragments
Daniel Sequeria Fragments
‘Study for Hockey Chop III’
2017/18, oil on panel
30.5 x 30.5cm
‘Study for Fragments’
2018, oil on linen
21 x 21cm
‘Fragments’
2018, oil on panel
30.5 x 30.5cm
Daniel Sequeria Decapitated grapes
Daniel Sequeria Edge
Daniel Sequeria Hockey Chop IV
‘Decapitated grapes’
2018, oil on panel
30 x 30cm
‘Edge’
2018, oil on panel
30 x 50cm
‘Hockey Chop IV’
2018, oil on panel
50 x 70cm
Daniel Sequeria Hockey Chop III
Daniel Sequeria Loading
Daniel Sequeria Swiping
‘Hockey Chop III’
2018, oil on panel
91 x 61cm
‘Loading’
2017, water soluble oil on paper
29 x 25cm
‘Swiping’
2017, water soluble oil on paper
24 x 24cm
Daniel Sequeria First day of School
‘First day of School’
2018, oil on panel
20.8 x 20.8cm

2017

daniel sequeira hockchop II
daniel sequeira self portrait 2017
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‘Hockey Chop II’
Oil on canvas, 25.5 x 35.5cm
SOLD
‘Nick II’
Oil on board, 20 x 20cm
SOLD
‘Tribute’
Oil on board, 6 x 8″
SOLD
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daniel-sequeira-i-was-lost-in-the-sunlight
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‘The guard’
Oil on linen
20 x 20″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
‘I was lost in the sunlight’
Oil on linen
20 x 20″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
‘Nick’
Oil on linen
10 x 10″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
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daniel-sequeira-bulldog-balloon
daniel-sequeira-fall
‘Flying rats No.1’
Oil on linen
14 x 14″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
‘Bulldog balloon’
Oil on linen
16 x 22″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
‘Fall’
Oil on linen
10 x 16″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
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daniel-sequeira-sharn
daniel-sequeira-self
‘Derren’
Oil on linen
10 x 10″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
‘Sharn’
Oil on linen
10 x 10″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
‘Self’
Oil on linen
10 x 10″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
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daniel-sequeira-study-for-a-portrait-02
daniel-sequeira-charles
‘Barty’
Oil on linen, 2017
10 x 10″
SOLD
‘Study for a portrait 2’
Oil on linen
14 x 14″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
‘Charles’
Oil on linen, 2017
10 x 10″
SOLD
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daniel-sequeira-the_vorrh
daniel-sequeira-seven
‘Elongated study’
Oil on linen
8.5 x 13.5″
Signed verso
Unframed
SOLD
‘The Vorrh’
Oil on linen
10 x 18″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
‘Seven’
Watercolour
8.5 x 13.5″
Signed verso
Unframed
SOLD
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daniel-sequeira-barty
daniel-sequeira-wilton
‘Greybar’
Oil on linen
20 x 20″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
‘Barty’
Oil on linen
20 x 20″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
‘Wilton’
Oil on linen
10 x 10″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
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daniel-sequeira-soothsayer
daniel-sequeira-von-speyr
‘Hockey Chop’
Oil on linen
12 x 12″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
‘Soothsayer’
Oil on linen
18 x 18″
Signed verso
Framed
SOLD
‘Von Speyr’
Oil on linen
16 x 16″
Signed verso
Unframed
SOLD

biography
daniel sequeira artist portrait

Whether he is borrowing from comic books or Caravaggio, movies or Mariano Fortuny Marsal, Chiaroscuro or street art… the breadth and depth of Daniel Sequeira’s influences span centuries and cultural genres. With references to past masters as well as contemporary culture, his paintings combine a realistic observation of the human state (both physical and emotional), with characters inhabiting theatrically imagined scenes.
Born in Surrey in 1983, Daniel has focussed completely on painting since 2014; having previously worked as a graphic designer before completing a year of academic drawing.
‘Having grown up on a diet of comic books, skateboarding, hip hop and movies – this has undoubtably influenced the style in which I paint. Sometimes my paintings have an element of an unfinished sketch. This gives it a sense of vibrancy, dynamism and urgency – something I always try to capture.
My process will always start with some figure studies and then continue through to colour studies before progressing to oil. I tend to paint in alla prima (wet-on-wet) fashion in order to keep the subject as fresh looking as possible (although it rarely works out that smoothly).
Some of my recent paintings draw inspiration from military uniforms and motion. Other paintings represent attempts at simply capturing a character. In essence, I enjoy trying to decode painting something as complex as the figure whilst developing my own particular style. The challenge of depicting the figure is what excites me to paint. I have an image of what I would like to paint and am continually working towards and chasing that goal.’

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