This is a wonderful uppurtunity to own an original court room drawing for your law office or den, whether it is to commemorate a first trial or to celebrate a long career.  It is also a unique gift that lasts a lifetime for lawyers, law firms, friends and family.

For three decades, Marilyn Church has captured the likenesses of judges, lawyers, witnesses and the accused for the New York Times, and all major TV news media.  

Over 4,500 of her drawings are in the archives of the Library of Congress, and the Smithsonian has purchased large number as well.  The Art of Justice, her recently published book features more than 100 full-color reproductions of her illustrations of the most captivating trials of our times.  

Her sketches are in the collections of numerous renowned lawyer, law firms and museums.  


Commission an Original Drawing:

by Courtroom Artist

Marilyn Church

Marilyn Church is one of this generation’s greatest court room sketch artists. Her work from some of my most memorable trials decorate the walls of my office. My professional life has been filled with great drama, and her drawings superbly captures this. Thank you Marilyn!
— Attorney Ben Brafman
I have sketches made during some of my trials. My favorite was done by Marilyn Church during the Westmorland v. CBS trial. I like it because I was younger then, and look it.
— Attorney David Boise

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