Leon Kossoff Demolition of the YMCA Building, London No. 3, 1970 charcoal on paper 23 1/4 x 33 in. (59 x 84 cm)

Leon Kossoff Demolition of the YMCA Building, London No. 3, 1970 charcoal on paper 23 1/4 x 33 in. (59 x 84 cm)

Leon Kossoff King's Cross Building Site Early Days, 2003 charcoal on paper 22 3/8 x 22 1/8 in. (57 x 56.2 cm)

Leon Kossoff King's Cross Building Site Early Days, 2003 charcoal on paper 22 3/8 x 22 1/8 in. (57 x 56.2 cm)

Leon Kossoff Midland Hotel Staircase, 2005 charcoal on paper 21 3/4 x 22 3/4 in. (55.5 x 58 cm)

Leon Kossoff Midland Hotel Staircase, 2005 charcoal on paper 21 3/4 x 22 3/4 in. (55.5 x 58 cm)

Leon Kossoff / drawing York railway bridge

Leon Kossoff / drawing York railway bridge

Leon Kossoff Railway Bridge Mornington Crescent, 1952 charcoal and pastel on paper 21 3/4 x 28 3/4 in. (55.2 x 73 cm)

Leon Kossoff Railway Bridge Mornington Crescent, 1952 charcoal and pastel on paper 21 3/4 x 28 3/4 in. (55.2 x 73 cm)


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Frank Auerbach drawing. expressive and a rough look into how the drawing is developed

Frank Auerbach drawing. expressive and a rough look into how the drawing is developed

Frank Auerbach (born 1931)  Title  Working Drawing for 'Primrose Hill'  Date  1968  Medium  Drawing on paper  Dimensions  support: 251 x 305 mm  Collection  Tate

Frank Auerbach (born 1931) Title Working Drawing for 'Primrose Hill' Date 1968 Medium Drawing on paper Dimensions support: 251 x 305 mm Collection Tate

Frank Auerbach (b. 1931) : Study for Mornington Crescent  (British). This is a very expressive but exciting piece of work.  I love the lines produced and how it is so simple but at the same time is so extravagont and bold. You get a better sense of this drawing when it is further away from you. The drawing looks like it has been done while movement is present. Its exciting and sets the scene at that moment in time.

Frank Auerbach (b. 1931) : Study for Mornington Crescent (British). This is a very expressive but exciting piece of work. I love the lines produced and how it is so simple but at the same time is so extravagont and bold. You get a better sense of this drawing when it is further away from you. The drawing looks like it has been done while movement is present. Its exciting and sets the scene at that moment in time.

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