Pencil Portrait by Antonio Bosano.
The quality of the prints are at a much higher level compared to the image shown on the left.
A3 Pencil Print-Price £20.00-Purchase
A4 Pencil Print-Price £15.00-Purchase
*Limited edition run of 250 prints only*
All Pencil Prints are printed on the finest Bockingford Somerset Velvet 255 gsm paper.
P&P is not included in the above prices.
Ed Harris is a prolific actor of stage and screen, with a total of four Academy Award nominations, two Golden Globes, three Emmy Award nominations and a Tony Award nomination to his résumé.
Despite recent success on the small screen. Harris is perhaps best known for his monumental career in film, which began in 1978 and includes four Academy Award nominations: for “Apollo 13” in 1996, “The Truman Show” in 1999, “Pollock” in 2001, and “The Hours” in 2003. He won his first Golden Globe in 1999 for his performance as Christof in “The Truman Show,” alongside Golden Globe nominations for “Apollo 13” and “The Hours” and his first Golden Globe nomination for “Jacknife” in 1990. His other most notable film credits include “The Right Stuff” (1983), “The Abyss” (1989), “State of Grace” (1990), “Glengarry Glen Ross” (1992), “The Firm” (1993), “Nixon” (1995), “The Rock” (1996), “Stepmom” (1998), “A Beautiful Mind” (2001), “Enemy at the Gates” (2001), “A History of Violence” (2005), “Gone Baby Gone” (2007), “Appaloosa” (2008), “Snowpiercer” (2013), and “Geostorm” (2017).
Raised in Tenafly, New Jersey, Harris graduated from Tenafly High School in 1969 and went on to study at Columbia University, before enrolling to study drama at the University of Oklahoma and the California Institute of the Arts, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in 1975.
Harris began his stage career at various regional theatres across the country, including the Jewel Box Theatre in Oklahoma City and the Pasadena Repertory Theatre. In November 1983, he made his Off-Broadway debut as Eddie in the Circle Repertory Company’s production of Sam Shepard’s Fool for Love, receiving an Obie Award for his performance. He would make his Broadway debut in February 1986 in the premiere of George Furth’s Precious Sons and his portrayal of Fred earned him both his Theatre World Award and a Drama Desk Award, alongside a Tony Award nomination for ‘Best Actor in a Play’. Since then, he has appeared on the Broadway stage in the 1996 premiere of Taking Sides and he has appeared off-Broadway in the 1994 Public Theater production of Sam Shepard’s Simpatico, winning his first Lucille Lortel Award, and the 2006 Public Theater production of Neil LaBute’s Wrecks, earning Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Award nominations for ‘Outstanding Solo Performance.’ His most recent Off-Broadway roles have all been in productions from The New Group, including the 2013 production of The Jacksonian, Sam Shepard’s Buried Child in 2016 (earning a Lucille Lortel nomination for ‘Outstanding Lead Actor in a Play,’ and the 2018 production of Good for Otto.