Without fear or favour, Affection or Ill-will

The husband of the judge in this Vanity Fair style portrait commissioned a Leslie Ward inspired Spy portrait, to celebrate her new post as a Judge. He chose the caption ‘Without Fear or Favour, Affection or Ill-will’ as this is the phrase spoken at then end of the oath taken at the swearing in ceremony of a new judge.

 

Without Fear or Favour, Affection or Ill-will – a Vanity Fair style portrait

These are gentle caricatures, nothing too extreme. As Leslie Ward (Spy) said:

If I could sum up the art in a sentence, it would be that caricature should be a comic impression with a kindly touch, and always devoid of vulgarity.Leslie Ward – Wikipedia

To see more of my Vanity Fair style portraits visit my portfolio here.

To see more of Leslie Ward’s Vanity Fair portrait work click here.

Media

Pencil sketch. Scanned. Painted digitally in Photoshop, using graphics tablet and stylus. Textures my own.

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