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Pamela Patrick White

Pamela Patrick WhitePamela Patrick White has painted professionally in the field of illustration and fine art since 1983. You can find much of her historical artwork through this webpage.

Years of study, and a life long interest in art first led to an award winning career in book illustration. With her New York Rep's assistance, Pamela created book covers and picture books for most major publishers throughout the US. After moving to Pennsylvania in 1987, Pamela also began working in the field of history with state and national sites. This involved researching 18th century America and re-enacting with French and Indian and Revolutionary War groups. Her interest proved to be more than a hobby as she began researching local history to create accurate works for historic sites and corporations. Historic painting, portrait work and corporate commissions fill most of her time these days. But it is her sensitivity towards light and personal emotion that make any one of Pamela's creations notable. Pamela works primarily in oil.


Williamsburg to Yorktown
Martha Washington 1775
Young George Washington at Fort Raystown
The Royal Americans
Jaegers Advance at Thornbury Farm
The 77th at Bushy Run
Missed Opportunity
George Washington Heading Home
George Washington
Forest Fire
Skirmish at Kennett Square Meeting House
Jefferson's Respite
  Artwork by Pamela Patrick White  
Artwork by Pamela Patrick White
Artwork by Pamela Patrick White
Expedition 1755
The Flag Maker
Up Against the Fence
Artwork by Pamela Patrick White
The Bowhunters
Caught in the Middle
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