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Pencil portraits, WWII and movie prints

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Limited edition Giclee prints of my own pencil drawings are available to buy in the galleries. In addition to the World War 2 art, I also enjoy drawing movie scenes, particularly from Lord of the Rings. Prints are individually priced and are available to buy through PayPal.   









Welcome. I specialise in producing highly detailed pencil portraits from photos. Portraits make ideal gifts for those special occasions like birthdays, weddings and Christmas.


A unique gift like a personal portrait can be a great way to say thank you to someone special. You will find information on how to order pencil portraits under FAQ or email any questions to info@daveharrisart.co.uk.


Examples of previous commissions can be found on the portraits page along with client’s testimonials. I also sell a range of limited edition Giclee prints which can be found in the galleries on the prints page.  






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A commissioned pencil portrait of Shane Williams -Welsh Rugby Union by Dave Harris Art.

Last updated 04/09/12

Family portraits are popular, but I’m also happy to take on other pencil drawings, such as military art, portraits of sports and film stars, musicians, buildings, vehicles, pets & animals.


I generally work with graphite pencil as I find a black and white portrait or drawing to be much more effective and I believe creates a more atmospheric piece of artwork.

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“if you have the faith in him to do a portrait for you I feel sure you will not be disappointed.” - John Wood, Editor of www.paintingsandprints2.co.uk

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Pencil portraits from photos

Shane Williams by Dave Harris

Welsh Rugby Union

Pencil portrait of General Bernard Montgomery by Dave Harris.

What I draw

New World War 2 pictures

With regards to my own artwork I’ve recently completed a series of World War Two inspired pieces produced in both pencil and acrylics. These pictures range from the Battle of Britain, El Alamein, the Dambusters, the beaches of Normandy on D-Day and the celebrations of V.E Day.






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You Choose - If you do not find the prints you are looking for, you can vote for what I draw next - no obligation to buy - on my contact page.

To help raise money for our armed forces, I recently donated a limited edition print of my Dambusters inspired World War 2 picture, “Operation Chastise : The Dams Await” , to the Royal Air Force Association’s Grand Prize Draw 2010.


I hope you enjoy browsing this site and I look forward to hearing from you soon. If you’d like to keep up-to-date with what I’m doing then please read my blog.

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Omaha Approach - Photographic print of an acrylic painting by Dave Harris.

“Omaha Approach” A3 Photographic prints of an acrylic painting by Dave Harris available to buy in the UK for £25 inc. p&p.

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“Omaha Approach” - On the morning of 6th June 1944, D-Day, soldiers of the U.S. Army’s 1st Infantry Division approached the Normandy coast inside their landing craft and leapt into the choppy waters off Omaha Beach. As German small-arms fire raked the surface of the water, the division suffered 30% casualties in the first hour of the assault.  

Giclee prints of World War 2 scenes are available to buy in the World War Two Gallery, featuring the legendary clash in the African desert between Montgomery and Rommel, the famous Lancaster of Guy Gibson, the leader of the Dambusters raid and the Band of Brothers. I have also recently completed my first World War 2 picture in colour Omaha Approach” using acrylic paint. Photographic prints of this piece are available to purchase below and giclee prints are available to purchase in the World War 2 Gallery.