Andrew Lattimore has lived in the Hudson Valley Region for most of his life. He studied at the National Academy of Fine Arts in New York with Daniel Greene, Edmond Fitzgerald and Harvey Dinnerstein. He studied life drawing and anatomy with artist and anatomist Stephen R. Peck, author of Atlas of Human Anatomy for the Artist. He also studied at the Academia di Belle Arti and Studio Simi in Florence, Italy. Today he is a recognized portrait painter, who is represented by Portraits Inc. in New York and Portrait Brokers of America in Birmingham, Alabama. He recently completed the official portrait of Gov. George Pataki for the New York State Capitol.
A noted painter of the figure and still life, he is also a prominent landscape painter whose work has recently been featured in PleinAir Magazine. Andrew Lattimore’s work is in numerous collections throughout the U.S. and Europe.
At the Center, Andrew Lattimore teaches Drawing Fundamentals, Portrait Drawing, Portrait Painting, Life Painting, Traditional Painting, and Plein Air (Landscape) Painting.
Artwork by Andrew Lattimore: