Stephen Earl Rogers

Portrait of the Artist’s mother at 70
Stephen Earl Rogers
Stephen Earl Rogers

Stephen Earl Rogers has exhibited with Quantum Contemporary Art since 2001. He is a young painter with an impressive c.v. and a rapidly growing reputation. He has exhibited at the prestigious BP Portrait Awards, held at the National Portrait Gallery, in 2001,2002, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2009 and 2016. In 2016 his entry was specially selected for use on all marketing material for the Award. His work has also been exhibited at Christie’s and sold through Sotheby’s, as well as being shown on several occasions at London’s Mall Galleries. He was recently selected for the prestigious Garrick Milne prize exhibition and previously showed alongside Bridget Riley, Mark Quinn and Maggie Hambling in Glasgow’s Adapt Now. His work is sold by Quantum at art fairs in London and New York and we act as his agent when undertaking portrait commissions on behalf of clients.

He has been a regular prize-winner at open competitions throughout his career and is well known as a portrait painter, producing innovative and contemporary works.
Press Quotes
“…..the brilliantly executed work of Stephen Earl Rogers in The Oswestry Connection….”

Mark Fisher in The Sunday Times, Scotland, commenting on the BP Portrait Prize.

“His meticulously crafted paintings have a quirky conceptualism about them.”
Terry Grimley in The Birmingham Post

“One or two are really striking however…..The Oswestry Connection by Stephen Earl Rogers, which shows a group of young men in enthusiastic conversation, conveys a vivid impression of the personalities involved.”
John Russell Taylor in The Times, commenting on the BP Portrait Prize.

“acutely observed….deftly executed.”
Andrew Davies in The Birmingham Post

“For the most part though, the portraits here I like best are those which display an old fashioned, scrupulous skill in catching a likeness. Stephen Earl Rogers’ clean, female figure against a vivid aquamarine field is charming, stylish and fresh.”
Philip Hensher in The Mail on Sunday, commenting on the BP Portrait Prize.

“Stephen Earl Rogers also does terrific faces. His profile is artfully observed and interestingly staged and offers the most interesting neck I have seen in a long time. Actually, come to think of it, it is full of interesting detail.

Norman Sanson in Art Review

Portrait of the Artist’s mother at 70

Portrait of the Artist’s mother at 70

Portrait of the Artist’s mother at 70
  • Oil on canvas
  • 10 x 12ins
  • £ NFS ( Commission )
Portrait of the Artist’s mother at 70
Portrait of the Artist’s mother at 70
Susan

Susan

Susan
  • Oil on board
  • 27 x 20ins
  • £ NFS ( Commission )
Susan
Susan
Oswestry Conversation

Oswestry Conversation

Oswestry Conversation
  • Oil on board
  • 40 x 30ins
  • £ NFS ( Commission )
Oswestry Conversation
Oswestry Conversation
Tasmia and her Boys

Tasmia and her Boys

Tasmia and her Boys
  • Oil on board
  • 44 x 28 ins
  • £ NFS ( Commission )
Tasmia and her Boys
Tasmia and her Boys
Cas and her Girls

Cas and her Girls

Cas and her Girls
  • Oil on board
  • 40 x 60 ins
  • £ NFS ( Commission )
Cas and her Girls
Cas and her Girls
Isabella

Isabella

Isabella
  • Oil on board
  • 20 x 30 ins
  • £ NFS ( Commission )
Isabella
Isabella
Alexandra

Alexandra

Alexandra
  • Oil on board
  • 24 x 30 ins
  • £ NFS ( Commission )
Alexandra
Alexandra
Cosima

Cosima

Cosima
  • Oil on board
  • 20 x 30 ins
  • £ NFS ( Commission )
Cosima
Cosima
Robert

Robert

Robert
  • Oil on board
  • 18 x 30 ins
  • £ NFS ( Commission )
Robert
Robert
Esther

Esther

Esther
  • Oil on board
  • 5 x 6 ins
  • £ NFS ( Commission )
Esther
Esther