Delphine Hogarth was born in France in 1976. She studied History of Art in Bristol, followed by an Arts Foundation Course in Paris in 1998-2000. She considers herself a Franco-Anglo Artist and has recently relocated from London to live & work in Paris.
Solo Exhibitions from 2007 – present include:
Fat Galerie, Paris; Piers Feetham Gallery, London; Zero10 Gallery, London; Thackeray Gallery, London
Selected Group Exhibitions from 2000 – present include:
Galerie Quicanplix, Paris; Portrait of Charlotte Rampling, Maison de L’Amerique Latine, Paris; The Old Truman Brewery, Brick Lane; John Martin Gallery, London; UK Art for Youth, Royal College of Art, London; Royal Society of Portrait Painters Annual Exhibition, Mall Galleries, London; Thackeray Gallery, London
Awards to include:
Threadneedle Prize, Mall Galleries; British Portrait 2010; Selected Finalist for the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, 2015; Selected Finalist for Conversation Prize, Royal Society of Portrait Painters, 2015. Selected for the Threadneedle Prize June 2016 and then selected to exhibit at the Museum Palazzo Strozzi, Florence, July 2016.
Delphine Hogarth has been represented by Thackeray Gallery, London since 2014.