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Martinfeld Galleries accepts commissions for portraits of human subjects,
as well as pets and homes, painted by artist Gisele Zeitler. We invite you to
take a few moments to view the portraits on our site: The Gallery page
displays portraits of people, while the Animal page shows some pet
subjects. Our Architectural page demonstrates paintings of buildings. If
you would like to learn more about the Artist, please click on the "About the
Artist" button. For information on procedure, pricing, and how to
commission a portrait, please visit the Information page. We hope you
enjoy your visit.

When one contemplates commissioning a portrait, it is usually with a
specific purpose in mind. An institution desires to honor one of its
prominent or retired leaders, a family finds comfort in the portrait of one of
its departed members, young parents want to capture a sweet, innocent
moment in the life of their children. An oil portrait is expected to outlive a
photograph in terms of centuries. It provides the subject with a legacy--it
allows them to "live" long beyond their time on earth. The portrait will hang
in an institution for decades, perhaps centuries, providing future members
with a sense of the history and tradition of their organization. Or it will be
passed down through a family, providing future generations with a glimpse
of their ancestor. A portrait gives birth to a legacy.


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Martinfeld Galleries accepts commissions for portraits of human subjects,
as well as pets and homes, painted by artist Gisele Zeitler. We invite you to
take a few moments to view the portraits on our site: The Gallery page
displays portraits of people, while the Animal page exhibits pet subjects.
Our Architectural page demonstrates paintings of buildings. If you would
like to learn more about the Artist, please click on the "About the Artist"
button. And don't forget to visit our new Sculpture page. For information
on procedure, pricing, and how to commission a portrait, please visit the
Information page. We hope you enjoy your visit.

When one contemplates commissioning a portrait, it is usually with a
specific purpose in mind. An institution desires to honor one of its
prominent or retired leaders, a family finds comfort in the portrait of one of
its departed members, young parents want to capture a sweet, innocent
moment in the life of their children. An oil portrait is expected to outlive a
photograph in terms of centuries. It provides the subject with a legacy--it
allows them to "live" long beyond their time on earth. The portrait will hang
in an institution for decades, perhaps centuries, providing future members
with a sense of the history and tradition of their organization. Or it will be
passed down through a family, providing future generations with a glimpse
of their ancestor. A portrait gives birth to a legacy.


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