Todd Crespi /  Fine Art   

Oil Paintings

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   Above are the partners of GIBBONS law firm, based in Newark, New Jersey.

   Top row from left: Ralph DelDeo, Peter Cobrin. Second row:  John Gibbons, Michael Griffinger. Third row:  Frank Vecchione, John Dolan.  Fourth row: Peter Carton, Michael Quinn. 

   In 2004, Mr. Gibbons argued at the United States Supreme Court  on behalf of the Guantanamo detainees, in Bush  v. Rasul & Al Odah v. United States.


   Each of these oil paintings is 15 x 20 inches. Click any triangle to enlarge.

Ted Olson

Oil on canvas

28 x 42”

   This painting commemorates Ted Olson’s 50th argument at The Supreme Court,  (Altria v. Good / October 6, 2008). In 2001, Olson successfully represented George Bush in the landmark Supreme Court case,  Bush v. Gore. After serving as U.S. Solicitor General, Olson returned to private practice at Gibson Dunn .  

Oil on canvas (detail)

Oil on canvas (detail)

Todd Crespi paints Ted Olson.

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Michael McConnell.  Oil on canvas, 24 x 30.”

   Mr. McConnell served as a federal judge on the United States Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit from 2002-2009.

   Since then, he has been director of the Stanford Constitutional Law Center, and senior fellow at the Hoover Institution. McConnell authored the book he holds, Religion and the Constitution; issues about which he has argued Supreme Court cases.

  This painting will hang in the federal courthouse in Denver, home of the 10th Circuit.

    Here are some developmental stages of Michael McConnell’s painting. Our portrait sessions took place in Torrey, Utah.  The canvas then returned to my house in Virginia for completion.

                       DOUGLAS GINSBURG, Chief Federal Appeals Judge for Washington D.C.

                                                                          Oil on canvas

                                                                              35 x 42”

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In this painting, the Polaroid framing and linen backdrop are also oil paint, in the trompe l’oeil tradition.