Silhouette Cutting: Thursday 19th November 2020


“My George Atkinson Tribute Studio Day took  place on Thursday 19th November 2020”
Sittings between 9am and 3pm UK time (GMT)

Ticket sales ended early for this event as no more sittings were available.

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We arranged this virtual studio day as a tribute to the English silhouettist George Atkinson.

Silhouette cutting takes place online, so no need to worry about masks or social distancing! All our studio days consist of a series of 10-minute portrait sittings, which take place over Zoom.

After booking your sitting(s) you’ll receive an email ticket containing a Zoom link and further information.

On the day you’ll be asked to log in to the Zoom event shortly before the time you chose from the list above. Charles will cut silhouettes of you and your family and pop them in the post afterwards.

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Who was George Atkinson?

George Atkinson is a relatively well-known name among collectors of silhouettes. He painted his silhouettes in gouache on card in Regency-period England from bases in London and Brighton. 

Silhouette of a man facing left in black papier-mâché frame
Unknown man by George Atkinson, c.1810

His son Frederick was also a silhouettist, although he was a cutter of silhouettes rather than a painter like his father.

Studio Day Tributes

We named this Studio Day as a tribute to George Atkinson. As a self-taught artist Charles owes a huge debt to the work of past silhouettists, so naming studio days like this is a good way to pay tribute to them.
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Charles normally cuts silhouette in his own style (there are many examples all over this website). However, if you’d like your portraits cut in the manner of any tributed artist please do ask. Such challenges are always welcome!


Additional information

Sitting times

In multiples of 10 minutes


Silhouettes delivered worldwide after the event


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