Connectivity in Diversity
William Joseph Oxer F.R.S.A.
A highly respected English figurative painter, William Oxer is known primarily for his exquisite – and much sought after – depictions of the female form. A passionate artist driven by traditional ideas of how beauty should be represented, William Oxer’s previous projects include assisting with large-scale designs for interiors in historic houses such as Goodwood House, Buckingham Palace, Petworth House and Hatchlands Park. He lived at the latter for approximately eight months back in 1996, working with restorer and interiors expert, Alec Cobbe. Oxer paints in a romantic and classical style and has also turned his hand to abstracts, landscapes and seascapes. Over the past 25 years, this talented 44-year-old, originally from Dorset, has undertaken regular portrait commissions for private clients and produced artworks for exhibitions and collectors across the globe. Other achievements of note include period decoration and exhibition design in places such as Christie’s and the Building of Bath Museum, also known as The Museum of Bath Architecture.