Charles Moxon (b.1990) is a portrait artist who is based in London and New York. He has exhibited widely in Europe and North America, including at the National Portrait Gallery, London.


Moxon’s sitters have included the politician Harriet Harman MP for the House of Commons and the 1950’s England footballer Roy Bentley (portrait currently on display in the Stamford Bridge collection). He was selected for the Young Masters Art Prize in 2012 and the BP Portrait award in 2016. He has exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London and was selected for a residency and solo exhibition at the Lux Art Institute in San Diego.


He has appeared on the BBC and in publications both in Europe and USA. In 2018 he was shortlisted for the Royal Society of British Art Rome Scholarship and the Sunny Art Prize.