A group of three portrait artists, both amateur and professional, are assigned the task of painting a celebrity from life using their preferred style. The star then decides which portrait to take home with them.
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A group of three portrait artists, both amateur and professional, are assigned the task of painting a celebrity from life using their preferred style. The star then decides which portrait to take home with them.

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Famous faces. Competing artists.

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4 January 2004 (UK)  »

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Following Harris's conviction for child sexual abuse in 2014, Janet Street-Porter revealed she had turned down the chance to be a subject on the series due to finding Harris "a terrible artist as well as a creepy entertainer". See more »

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Star Portraits with Rolf Harris
30 October 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I hardly ever watched Rolf Harris on art programmes, unless you count him in front of kids saying "Can you tell what it is yet"?, but this art programme is actually quite interesting. Basically every episode they bring someone famous for whatever reason, mostly TV, and they bring three artists with their own distinctive styles. The artist' job is to basically paint/draw the celebrity in under a week, and this star gets to choose the best one to take home. I have only seen two episodes, Michael Parkinson and Richard Wilson, but I am looking forward to seeing it again in the future with bigger and better stars. Very good!


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