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About the artist

Daniel J. Yeomans


Daniel J. Yeomans was born in Bedford 1986.  He studied at the Charles H. Cecil Studios in Florence, where he trained using a technique known as ‘sight-size’ favoured by many of the masters such as Velasquez & Van Dyck. In-keeping with his training, Daniel continues to paint directly from life under natural light, and has a purpose built studio in the Welsh countryside, Montgomeryshire. Daniel accepts commissions all over, he has works hanging in private and public collections throughout the Europe. As well as enjoying landscape painting in his free time Daniel offers private studio tuition or group workshops for ‘Plein air’ painting.

collection by Daniel J Yeomans


  • Apro Schloss – ‘Mixed works’ (solo exhibition) – Winter 2013
  • Hotel Hoheneck – ‘Life in the mountains’ – Summer 2014
  • TME Tal Museum Engelberg – ‘From snow’ – Winter 2014-2015
  • Hinterzarten Tal Museum – Germany – Winter 2016
  • Premier of Wilhem Amrhein film – Engelberg – December 2015
  • Welsh Assembly (Senedd) -‘Montgomery town Crier‘- October 2016
  • The Willow Gallery Oswestry – Open Exhibition December 2016
  • Shortlisted for the Royal Society of Portrait Painters 2016
  • Ellesmere College Exhibition – Shropshire – June 2017


Neue Obwaldner Newspaper

Front Page: (Neue Obwaldner Newspaper) December 2013
The Englishman Daniel Yeomans is in the Monastery village capturing shades of winter from the trail

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Neue Obwaldner Newspaper

Articles following Daniel’s exhibition ‘ Impressions of Switzerland’. Title translates as: ‘Following in the footsteps of portrait painters from the 19th century

Auf den Spuren copy
1st article
County Times

Articles in the County Times and Welsh BorderLife Magazine August- Sept 2016.  The Unveiling of a Portrait painting ‘Montgomery Town Crier’ by Daniel J Yeomans

Town Crier portrait in County Times Newspaper
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County Times

Article in the County Times – October 2016.  The Exhibition of Montgomery Town crier portrait in Cardiff at the National Welsh Assembly ‘ Senedd’.

Sennedd copy
Montgomery town crier at the Senedd