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Travis Simpkins Creates Portrait of Daniel Silva, Author of the “Gabriel Allon” Novel Series

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Recently, artist Travis Simpkins completed a portrait illustration of Daniel Silva, author of the popular “Gabriel Allon” series of espionage / art crime novels. The book series, most of them New York Times Bestsellers, include “The Heist”, “The Rembrandt Affair”, “The Fallen Angel”, “Portrait of a Spy”, “The Kill Artist”, “The English Assassin”, “A Death in Vienna”, “The Confessor”, “Prince of Fire”, “The Messenger”, “Moscow Rules”, “The Secret Servant”, “The English Girl” and “The Defector.” Well-researched and compelling, the novels are deservedly successful, and former President Bill Clinton notes art restorer/secret agent Gabriel Allon as his favorite fictional character.

External Link: Travis Simpkins Creates Portrait of Daniel Silva, Author of the “Gabriel Allon” Novel Series

Travis Simpkins Creates Portrait of Philip Mould, Art Dealer and Researcher

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Recently, artist Travis Simpkins created a portrait illustration of Philip Mould, Art Dealer and Researcher. Nicknamed “The Art Detective”, Mould is known for his ability to look deep beyond the surface and discover the unique history and stories behind works of art. He is the co-host of BBC’s Art History TV program, “Fake or Fortune?” and served as an appraiser for “Antiques Roadshow.” Mould is the author of numerous books, including “The Art Detective” and “Sleuth” and he is the owner of Philip Mould Ltd. Gallery in London.

External Link: Travis Simpkins Creates Portrait of Philip Mould, Art Dealer and Researcher

Illustrations for the Philadelphia City Paper annual “People Who Died” issue.

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A few weeks ago I was approached by the Philadelphia City Paper to illustrate the cover and corresponding story for their annual “People Who Died” issue. I am honored to have worked on this assignment that represents these individuals who touched so many lives in the Philadelphia community and beyond.

External Link: Illustrations for the Philadelphia City Paper annual “People Who Died” issue.

Paul Sargent’s new album cover for Room Nine Unlimited

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out now on most digital music portals, psychedelic progressive trance producer’s latest EP features a full cover by Illustrator paul sargent, playing on themes of otherworldliness, science fiction and psychedelic imagery it makes a fantastic companion to the deep, experimental sounds of the album.

External Link: Paul Sargent’s new album cover for Room Nine Unlimited