Intense figurative realism originating in a subculture rich with narrative tension. Vincent’s arresting portraits are built on the assumption that society will always identify with rebels and the gritty underground world of urban subculture. For his latest work he has travelled around the UK visiting barber shops and events to gather material in a setting which transcends social class and makes everyone feel like ‘one of the boys’. These mesmerising oil paintings evoke emotion, fascination and intrigue about both the backstory and the future of a character. He seeks out moments of tension, and explains: “My paintings are all quite dark, subtle and intense. I’m always imagining there’s something surreptitious going on in a perfectly innocent situation.”

He is heavily influenced by cinematography and its impact on storytelling, believing that by manipulating the composition, light and colour you can completely change the feel of scene.

He has painted many A-list sporting celebrities including David Millar, Francesco Moser, Liz Yelling and Paula Radcliffe.

Has work in the collection of Fran Millar, manager of Team Sky, Francesco Moser and in Francesco Moser’s museum in Trento, Italy.

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  • Queen Of Diamonds by Vincent Kamp

    £481.60£595.00

    Queen Of Diamonds by Vincent Kamp
    Queen of Diamonds is the latest pioneering multimedia art project from brilliant conceptual artist and screenwriter Vincent Kamp. As with his previous immersive fine art experiences, Vincent has created a dramatic piece of theatre,


  • Diamond Roulette by Vincent Kamp

    £2,500.00

    Diamond Roulette by Vincent Kamp

    Intense figurative realism originating in a subculture rich with narrative tension. Vincent’s arresting portraits are built on the assumption that society will always identify with rebels and the gritty underground world of urban subculture. For


  • Hold Back It’s Not Your Night by Vincent Kamp

    £245.00£425.00

    Hold Back It’s Not Your Night by Vincent Kamp

    Intense figurative realism originating in a subculture rich with narrative tension. Vincent’s arresting portraits are built on the assumption that society will always identify with rebels and the gritty underground world


  • Not Done Yet by Vincent Kamp

    £245.00£425.00

    Not Done Yet by Vincent Kamp

    Intense figurative realism originating in a subculture rich with narrative tension. Vincent’s arresting portraits are built on the assumption that society will always identify with rebels and the gritty underground world of urban subculture.


  • Tension Building by Vincent Kamp

    £565.00£775.00

    Tension Building by Vincent Kamp

    Intense figurative realism originating in a subculture rich with narrative tension. Vincent’s arresting portraits are built on the assumption that society will always identify with rebels and the gritty underground world of urban subculture. For


  • Candy Clears Up by Vincent Kamp

    £565.00£775.00

    Candy Clears Up by Vincent Kamp

    Intense figurative realism originating in a subculture rich with narrative tension. Vincent’s arresting portraits are built on the assumption that society will always identify with rebels and the gritty underground world of urban subculture.


  • Antoine’s Last Move by Vincent Kamp

    £445.00£650.00

    Antoine’s Last Move by Vincent Kamp

    Intense figurative realism originating in a subculture rich with narrative tension. Vincent’s arresting portraits are built on the assumption that society will always identify with rebels and the gritty underground world of urban subculture.


  • Final Cut by Vincent Kamp

    £235.00£425.00

    Final Cut by Vincent Kamp

    Intense figurative realism originating in a subculture rich with narrative tension. Vincent’s arresting portraits are built on the assumption that society will always identify with rebels and the gritty underground world of urban subculture. For


  • Settling Old Rivalries by Vincent Kamp

    £625.00£875.00

    Settling Old Rivalries by Vincent Kamp

    Intense figurative realism originating in a subculture rich with narrative tension. Vincent’s arresting portraits are built on the assumption that society will always identify with rebels and the gritty underground world of urban subculture.