Brian T. Fox (b. 1967) is a nationally-renowned artist specializing in painting the world’s greatest legends. His forte and passion center around sports and music but his ability and experience extend far beyond that scope. Brian has painted some of the biggest icons of our time, including the late Jackie Robinson, Keith Richards, Michael Phelps, Johnny Depp, Muhammad Ali, Derek Jeter and Pele´, to name just a few.
Brian has been exhibiting his paintings in New York City, Boston, Los Angeles, and Lexington. He is represented by numerous galleries around the country. Over the course of a 20-year career, Brian has forged many relationships with celebrities, athletes and organizations. His work is in many corporate and private collections, including singer Steven Tyler, N.E. Patriots’ Tom Brady and supermodel Gisele Bundgen, actor Mark Wahlberg, NASCAR’s Dale Earnhardt Jr. and many others.
In addition to being honored as the official artist for the 2009 NHL Winter Classic, Brian has been selected as the official commemorative artist for Major League Baseball’s 2007, 2008 and 2009 All-Star Games, as well as the official artist for the 2007 World Series held in Boston. His work has been selected in the Society of Illustrators in New York and Los Angeles. Most recently, Brian was commissioned to produce five one-of-a-kind collector’s portraits of soccer icon Pele´. He is also producing a series of original paintings exclusively for Walt Disney Cruise lines.
Brian’s impeccable draftsmanship, attention to detail and uncanny ability to capture the “look” of his subjects keeps his mastery of art in high demand. Brian is prominently featured in many celebrity events and high-profile charity benefits, always promoting his altruism and passion for expressive, visual art. Brian Fox’s artwork exhibits and sells throughout the United States.
Here are a few examples of his work.