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Paul Wright

Medium: Oil on Linen

Size: 73.0cm x 92.0cm (28.5″ x 36″)

Signed: Yes

Framed: Yes


Artist’s Statement
I am endlessly impressed by the dignity and forgiveness shown by Nelson Mandela on his release from prison, having had every right to be angry and resentful.


Hopefully this painting gives a sense of serenity and peace of a great man as he entered the last years of his life.

The dying of the light (Mandela) by Paul Wright

  • Paul Wright was born in Leicester in 1973. Paul is an award winning artist who has spent the last 20 years developing a painterly language through which he seeks to capture a vitality beyond the establishment of a mere ‘likeness’ to the subject.

    Paul has a degree in Illustration attained at the Falmouth School of Art. Paul has exhibited both nationally and internationally and been included in the highly prestigious National Portrait Gallery, BP portrait award exhibition on more than one occasion.




Virtual Images - Where artworks are shown framed or within a room setting the images have been created using virtual/augmented reality software in some instances. The images are provided to give an idea of the scale of the artwork in the context of a room and the style of the framing. They should not be viewed as completely accurate e.g. the scale and the style/colours of the frame may vary slightly. 

An online gallery with an augmented reality option is very forward looking and very appealing to the buyer.

The picture arrived this afternoon, very well packed and in excellent condition. It is indeed a very fine picture.

The painting is received and is a really nice small study-like work...

Thank you very much for all your help.