Ann Latinovich is an internationally recognized portrait artist whose work has been featured in many galleries and institutions, including in The Museum, The Art Institute of Chicago.
Having Studied at Carnegie Mellon University and Tyler School of Art, her formative training included living and studying in Rome, Italy. She received her Masters of Fine Arts in Painting and Drawing from The School of The Art Institute of Chicago. Latinovich's work has been featured in People Magazine, Chicago Tribune and on ABC News.
Ann Latinovich has lectured as a Visiting Artist at Collegiate Fine Art Programs across the country including the prestigious Tyler School of Art and The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Most recently, she served as a Visiting Artist in Italy, instructing Stonehill College students on the art of Fresco painting and working with them to create their own fresco installation at Tenuta di Spannocchia, set in the beautiful Tuscan hillside of Siena.
Inspired by the art of family and creating one-of-a-kind works of art for generations to enjoy, Latinovich has continually drawn on her early studies of Renaissance artists such as Rembrandt, Vermeer and DaVinci and has combined her passion for impressionism and love of works by the likes of Singer Sargent, Cassatt and Degas to create her own stunning brand of portrait artistry. Using state-of-the-art photographic technology and combining it with approaches and techniques of the Masters, Latinovich has branded herself as a modern day Renaissance artist.
Including those that have posed in front of her camera is President Obama. In 2018, Latinovich was commissioned to create a 30 x 50" piece in her signature Artisan style of President Trump.