Jason Line

works

jason line triptych 1
jason line triptych 2
jason line triptych 3
‘Triptych’
Oil on canvas, each one 30.5 x 25cm
£1500
jason line still life with skull
jason line scissors with paper
jason line blue bottle
‘Still life with skull’
Oil on canvas, 30.5 x 25.5cm
£800
‘Scissors with paper’
Oil on canvas, 30.5 x 25cm
£600
‘Blue bottle’
Oil on canvas, 25.5 x 20cm
£550
jason line mixed veg
jason line aubergine and artichoke
jason line leeks and aubergine
‘Mixed veg’
Oil on canvas, 30 x 25cm
sold
‘Aubergine and artichoke’
Oil on canvas, 25.5 x 20cm
sold
‘Leeks and aubergine’
Oil on canvas, 30 x 25cm
£850
jason line chair with lemons
jason line lemon on blue
jason line lemons
‘Chair with lemons’
Oil on canvas, 40.5 x 40.5cm
£1400
‘Lemons on blue’
Oil on canvas, 25.5 x 20cm
£600
‘Lemons’
Oil on canvas, 25.5 x 20cm
£600

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biography
Jason Line paints primarily from observation and works from a variety of subject matter whether it’s the human form, nature or the still life. The subject is always rigorously examined with a particular focus on the relationship and tension between forms and the geometry of composition.

Biography
1983-7: Camberwell School of Art and Gloucestershire College of Art.
Exhibited over the years in a number of commercial galleries including John Martin Gallery and the Medici Gallery. Selected exhibitions include the The BP Portrait Award, National Portrait Gallery, The Royal Society of Portrait Painters, The Lynn Painter-Stainers Prize, The New English Art Club and The Discerning Eye at the Mall Galleries, London.
In addition to his own work, Jason has undertaken commissions to paint portraits, paintings and other scenic artwork for film and television.
Recent film productions include: ‘The Death of Stalin’, ‘Florence Foster Jenkins’, ‘The Danish Girl’, ‘The Riot Club’ and ‘Quartet’.
Television productions include: ‘The Crown’, ‘Jekyll & Hyde’, ‘Poldark’, ‘The Hollow Crown (Richard II)’ and the recent Agatha Christie drama, ‘Ordeal By Innocence’.
Earlier this year he completed a number of murals for the new ‘Being Brunel’ Museum in Bristol.