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UK Artist to Paint Iceland’s Constitutional Council

Nikhil Kirsh, a portrait artist from London whose style is what is known as “New Renaissance”, is currently working on paintings of individuals who are “leading Icelandic people towards a new paradigm of universal thinking.”

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“Wall of Brothers Part2” by Nikhil Kirsh, currently on display in Gallery Fold.

At the center of this work will be a large-scale painting of the Constitutional Council (formerly Assembly), which to him is “an inspiring symbol of hope and democratic progress for Icelandic Society and the world,” as described in a press release.

The exhibition will open in Gallery Fold in Reykjavík in August. Meanwhile, a selection of the artist’s work is currently on display at the gallery, including “Wall of Brothers Part2”, which has been shortlisted for the Royal Academy Summer Show in London.

For further information on his work, visit his website.

Click here to read more about the Constitutional Council.

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