Humayun Talat - 12th November 1942
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I had basic education in Pakistan (at Lawrence College in Murree from 1952 to 1961).
I am a self-taught painter and have never learnt painting at an art school, college or university.
Portraits painted in Pakistan
1. Portraits of Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah (the Father of the Nation) hanging in the National Assembly Hall (1988 and 1995, 6 x 9 feet), the Senate Hall, the presidential office, Naval Head Quarters, Military Headquarters etc. in Pakistan
2. All the former heads of the state such as Presidents and some Prime Ministers.
The latest one is a portrait of present President Pervez Musharraf (2003, 26 x 20 inches).
3. Guests of the state such as the Prime Minister of China
4. Ambassadors to Pakistan
5. Commissioned officers
6. Presidents and Directors of companies
7. Scholars such as Dr. Anne Marie Schimmel, a German philosopher (2000, 20 x 15 inches)
8. Sultan Jabbar, Amir of Kuwait
And numerous individual portairts
Portraits painted in the UK
1. Michale Nazir, the Biship of Rochester (2006, 42 x 30 inches)
2. Ehsan Mani, President of the International Cricket Council 2003-2006 (2006, 26 x 20 inches)
3. Conference of International Cricket Council, Museum Lords, London (2005, 42 x 28 inches) Directors and Officials of the ICC.
4. Clyde Walcot, Cricket player as well as former President of the International Cricket Council (2004, 26 x 20 inches)
5. Jagmohan Dalmia, Former President of the International Cricket Council (2004, 26 x 20 inches)
6. Malcolm Gray, Former President of the International Cricket Council (2003, 26 x 20 inches)
7. Emma Links, Former President of student committee, Green College, University of Oxford (2006, 20 x 16 inches)
And many individual orders
Landscapes painted in Pakistan
1. Mountains in the Northern Areas of Pakistan
2. Glaciers in the Northern Areas of Pakistan
5. Oceans and sea battles
Landscapes painted in the UK
1. Green College, Oxford (2006, 26 x 20 inches)
2. Knightbridge, London (2006, 26 x 20 inches)
3. Piccadilly circus, London (2006, 26 x 20 inches)