An interview with British artist Lincoln Townley on Sky News Live – the Beattie & Reith Show. Lincoln’s show at the Brisbane Powerhouse runs from August 17th to October 1st 2017
When starting out in any career, it’s a challenge to get your foot in the door and rejection is never easy to stomach – especially when you find yourself getting knocked back several times in a short time span. For artist Lincoln Townley, it was difficult to find commercial galleries that would accept his visceral […]
British artist Lincoln Townley, on his first trip to Australia, speaks with ABC News about comparisons to Andy Warhol, commercial success and his Surprise collection.
A new portrait of the legendary David Bowie created by Townley sold within minutes of being put up for sale in Los Angeles. The portrait titled ‘The Man, The Performer’ is a powerful tribute to one of the biggest musical stars ever. An artist proof diamond dusted limited edition print will be available for sale […]
Townley’s collection of ICONS will soon be arriving in the district of Ginza in Tokyo. Ginza is an area of wealth and opulence, well suited to the diamond encrusted new works of famous faces created by Townley. Negotiations are underway with other locations in East Asia as Townley begins talks with strategic partners. Townley said, […]
A selection of photographs and artworks of David Bowie by stars including Rankin and Lincoln Townley are going on show in London. The exhibition, to launch GQ editor-in-chief Dylan Jones’s book about the late musician, pays homage to Bowie through artists who were inspired and influenced by him – or knew and worked with him.
Lincoln Townley is an artist on the cusp of a glittering career. Described by none other than Sir Michael Caine as ‘the next Andy Warhol’, he has painted portraits of stars including Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Moss and Harrison Ford, to significant acclaim and increasingly high prices. He most recently sold a diamond-encrusted portrait of Princess […]
A diamond-encrusted portrait of Princess Diana has sold for £1 million 20 years after her death in Paris. The oil painting, which is two metres square and has £100,000 worth of the jewels embedded in the canvas, was sold to a private collector in America.
Steven Smith caught up with superstar contemporary artist Lincoln Towny as seen in MilliOnAir Global Magazine May issue. THE MOST TALKED ABOUT CONTEMPORARY ARTIST at the moment has to be Hackney born Lincoln Townley. Described as the new Warhol, the 46-year-old has taken the art world by storm in just four years.