Muse on Stool (study) 2015. Charcoal on watercolour paper © Jenny Saville. courtesy Gagosian Gallery. Collection of the artist

Ashmolean Museum on

Muse on Stool (study) Charcoal on watercolour paper © Jenny Saville. Collection of the artist

JENNY SAVILLE Rosetta 2, 2005–06 Oil on watercolor paper, mounted on board 99 1/4 x 73 3/4 inches (252 x 187.5 cm)

JENNY SAVILLE Rosetta 200506 // Oil on watercolor paper, mounted on board 99 x 73 inches x cm)

Jenny Saville - September 15 - October 22, 2011 - Images - Gagosian Gallery

Jenny Saville - Continuum (Red Stare Head IV) Poster at Gagosian Shop.

British artist Jenny Saville has dedicated her life to painting flesh. It’s   only natural, she tells Mark Hudson

Jenny Saville: 'I like the down and dirty side of things'

British artist Jenny Saville - Focuses on the body form manipulating the bodys natural flesh through colour and exaduration

Jenny Saville and the Old Masters

Figurative artist Jenny Saville is perhaps best known for her enormous paintings and works on paper depicting graphic and visceral nudes.

Jenny Saville’s Curatorial Response to Rubens Signals A Larger Trend

Jenny Saville, Larger, Presentation, Store



Oxyrhynchus is a city in upper Egypt that was established in 332 BC and is considered one of the most important archaeological sites ever discovered. #HappyReading

Jenny Saville’s book won the best exhibition catalogue 2015 British book award!