She looks lovely Hope i look as good when i'm her age God bless her xx
Love the picture - it would really make my birthday special to spot her at Ascot this WE
kyra ann parker nelson
I like this artist. The first time I saw this portrait of Queen Elizabeth II (for her 80th birthday) I did not even notice the pearls. I find Jemma Phipps work to be a very good likenice, while capturing everyone painting brushstrokes. I would like to see a public available display website of her own. Annie
Far superior to the Official 80th Birthday portrait by Rolf Harris
A great painting and an excelent likeness...
Some people have commented on the absence of a radiant smile: remember, though, where this portrait is going to hang. This is not Her Majesty at a Garden Party: she's at Royal Ascot and, presumably, subjecting the runners for the next race to her discerning scrutiny. The smile may come later.
I think it is a great painting and has made me interested enough to find out more about the artist.She has a wonderful talent
its a lovely painting of her,just wish she was smiling as it lights up her whole face when she does smile.
Joan from Woodley
Wonderful picture best ever,very lifelike
I think it's great , an excelent likeness , very dignified .
It seems a very pedestrian portrait of the Queen. The glasses detract and the black shadow behind the head looks like storm clouds gathering round! The white purse, no,no.
A good likeness, but makes HM look terribly severe which I am sure is not the case. Nice outfit. Prefer Rolf's effort
It's absolutely lovely - almost photorealistic. The colours are flattering, and the Queen looks radiant. I live near Ascot races and I hope to get the chance to see the actual portrait.
Roger - Earley Reading
a truly superb representation of our monarch. The painting displays our queen's elegance and grace in older age.
Jemma Phipps should be pleased with her efforts.