Liam Payne shares Queen tribute which took him 50 hours to paint

Liam Payne has shared an oil painting he made in honor of the late Queen Elizabeth II.

The painting, which stands over 4 feet tall, apparently took the singer 50 hours to complete.

On Monday (December 12), the former One Direction star shared the artwork via his Instagram page, which featured the large “unfinished” painting.

“Unfinished oil canvas I painted of the Queen,” Payne wrote. “This is 4.5ft tall and took about 50 hours… RIP HRH.”

The painting shows the Queen at a young age, wearing her crown, a pale green dress and a white sash.

Queen Elizabeth died on September 8, 2022 after reigning for over 70 years.

Payne said it took him 50 hours to complete the picture

(Liam Payne)

Payne, who has nearly 25million followers on Instagram, also unveiled a painting honoring the late Duke of Edinburgh.

“Rest in Peace HRH Prince Philip. Small tribute to you, thanks for your service,” read the caption, which showed a clip of the artwork and the early image he used as inspiration.

“Little tribute to you, thanks for your service,” Payne said

(Liam Payne)

Earlier this year, Payne spoke highly of his co-parenting relationship with former Girls Aloud star Cheryl, with whom he shares son Bear.

“She’s the best mom in the world. I couldn’t ask for anyone better,” he said while discussing Logan Paul Impulsive podcast.

“I can take my son to school once or twice a week and that’s the best. The relationship we now have as friends has only grown.”

He continued, “We broke up for a reason and now she gives me the full autonomy of my life and to do what I do and what I know [Bear’s] taken care of.

“He’s all she cares about and I couldn’t ask for more. They live about three minutes from my house,” he added. Liam Payne shares Queen tribute which took him 50 hours to paint


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