Painting of Paddington Bear creator travels to Cambridge in style!

When Hero Johnson’s painting of Paddington Bear creator Michael Bond was accepted for the Royal Society of Portrait Painters’ Annual Exhibition, the Lots Road Group were faced with a hole in their show, currently on tour to the Cambridge Literary Festival.

So Hero Johnson returned to the first portrait of him she began, one which is bigger than the RP one that was first shown at Waterstones in Bloomsbury in autumn last year.   This one is bigger and quite different from the other not least because it includes many more of his belongings,  which give further insight into the author.

Hero’s second painting can be seen here, taking up four seats on the train to Cambridge, and hung at the exhibition.

Hero Johnson's portrait of Michael Bond Lots Road Group The Art of Reading Cambridge Literary Festival

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